Limited Edition Fine Art PrintFantastical creature, fountain

by Jacquelyn Sloane Siklos
"Fantastical creature, fountain" - Limited Edition Art Print by Jacquelyn Sloane Siklos in beautiful frame options and a variety of sizes.
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Limited Edition Fine Art PrintFantastical creature, fountain

by Jacquelyn Sloane Siklos
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Black and White

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A photograph of a classical sculpture of a fantastical horse with claw feet in Bordeaux. Water gently streams over the fountain, creating a dreamy black and white scene. This is a fine art travel photograph from the south of France, evocative of travel in European cities. It is a perfect classical modern photographic art print. Whenever I travel, I have my camera in hand. I love wandering through streets, looking for moments that capture my attention, and when I can capture that feeling and bring it home, I'm thrilled.

  • Edition Count

    350 per size, per colorway

  • Frame Size

    5.9" x 7.9"

  • Image Size

    5" x 7"

  • Framed Weight

    0.6 lbs

  • Printing

    Deluxe Pigment Ink

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    about the artist

    byJacquelyn Sloane Siklos

    Toronto, CA

    Jacquelyn is an artist, working in photography and paintings in Toronto. She is rarely found without a camera - whether it's her slr, lomo or iphone. She focuses on details that are often overlooked, the mundane shapes of laundry hanging from a window, the abstract colours in a close architectural view, or the colours blurred and filtered through rain drenched window.

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