Limited Edition Fine Art PrintRoad Trip

by Lynne Millar
"Road Trip" - Limited Edition Art Print by Lynne Millar in beautiful frame options and a variety of sizes.
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Limited Edition Fine Art PrintRoad Trip

by Lynne Millar
Color & Size

Mint Green

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$23 - $25

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

Professionally fitted frame with standard plexi glass and pre-in... more
Signed in pencil in lower right corner of artwork.
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I love road trips, mainly because I rarely have to drive and get to spend the time looking out the windows and watching the world in all its rich beauty fly by. Nothing stays the same for long: the sky, the plants, the horizon - so I take pictures to help me remember, and use them as prompts for my memory when I return to my studio and try and process all that looking with my oil paints. This piece is my capture of the vista from the passenger seat on a long summer road trip from California to Oregon. The painting has a companion piece, Road Trip 2.

  • 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

    byLynne Millar

    Tracy, CA

    Putting a brush to a canvas slows time down for me so I notice subtleties - texture on a petal, a swipe of ripening pigment on a pear, light filtering through a child's skirt - in ways that I entirely miss when I'm running around doing my normal busy routine. Painting is how I pay attention to and process the beauty and complexity of the world (and people) around me.

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