Limited Edition Fine Art PrintDeep Blue Bay

by Carol C. Young
"Deep Blue Bay" - Limited Edition Art Print by Carol C. Young in beautiful frame options and a variety of sizes.
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Limited Edition Fine Art PrintDeep Blue Bay

by Carol C. Young
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Deep Blue Sea

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Rich Black Wood Frame - Handcrafted in Italy from the finest mil... more

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Signed in pencil in lower right corner of artwork.
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This abstract acrylic painting is part of a series I have titled "Abstrascapes".While gazing at the sea, I was mesmerized by how the sea and sky created horizontal bands of blue hues.The coral frame completes the composition, preserving my memory at the beach.

  • Edition Count

    350 per size, per colorway

  • Frame Size

    19.3" x 25.3"

  • Image Size

    18" x 24"

  • Framed Weight

    3.3 lbs

  • Printing

    Deluxe Pigment Ink

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    Seascape, Water, abstract, art, art print, art prints, beach, blue, contemporary, coral, graphic, horizon, ocean, oil_and_acrylic, print, sea, wall art, wall decor

    about the artist

    byCarol C. Young

    Fairfield, CT

    Carol C. Young is a CT based artist who has gained recognition for her bold landscape paintings. Her use of contrasting colors capture the light and shadow of architectural structures within the rural landscape. Carol is intrigued by older buildings, and has been identified with her depictions of barns. In the artist's words, "There is something nostalgic about an old barn or cottage that draws me in and I hope to capture them on canvas before the ever changing landscape changes again forever."

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