"Concord III" - Art Print by Megan Kelley in beautiful frame options and a variety of sizes.
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Signed in pencil in lower right corner of artwork.

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This piece was part of a series done while working through one of the hardest times in my life. I was trying to work out God's will for my life while dealing with immense loss. It is a balanced composition depicting the heavens and the earth and the distance we sometimes feel in between.

  • Edition Count

    350 per size, per colorway

  • Frame Size

    25.3" x 25.3"

  • Image Size

    24" x 24"

  • Framed Weight

    3.7 lbs

  • Printing

    Deluxe Pigment Ink

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about the artist

byMegan Kelley

Midland, TX

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