"Sea Glass No. 2" - Art Print by Julia Contacessi in beautiful frame options and a variety of sizes.
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An original abstract painting by Julia Contacessi, “Sea Glass No. 2” was created with acrylic on unstretched canvas. Part of a series exploring the power of the sea and dreams. Through series like “My Beautiful Truth” and “This Wishful Life,” Julia’s focus is on finding your sense of calm, a sort of meditative escapism allowing you the joy of a mind adrift. Because usually when we are not thinking is when we do our best thinking.

  • 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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about the artist

byJulia Contacessi

Norwalk, CT

After graduating from Pratt Institute, I moved from Brooklyn, New York to Norwalk, Connecticut where I currently live with her husband, Mario, and little guy, Neo. I love painting, photography and all things design. Sprinkle in the occasional 5 mile run and feisty conversations across the family dinner table on Sunday evenings and you have a good view of things in my world.

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I started collecting glass bottles of various shapes, ... more
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I started collecting glass bottles of various shapes, sizes, and colors several years ago. I loved the varied blue-green hues and the distortions created by the thickness of the glass. I wanted to paint some of my bottles to capture ...
This art print illustration was hand drawn with ... more
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This art print illustration was hand drawn with colored pencil and oil pastels to reflect the abstractness of pattern, transparency, and light in sea glass. The light bounces between the many layers of smooth, weathered glass giving it a feeling ...