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Item No. 100297014

"Sunspot" by Kayla Plosz Antiel

$545.00
3.7 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100297014

"Sunspot" by Kayla Plosz Antiel

$545.00

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Maple
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  • An exclusive piece created in partnership with the New York gallery Uprise Art.
  • This archival print is custom-framed with acrylic Plexiglas and maple wood.
  • Printed on acid-free 100% cotton rag paper that has a smooth, matte finish.
  • 17" H 21" W 1½" D
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"Sunspot" by Kayla Plosz Antiel
$545.00
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Kayla Plosz Antiel’s original painting has been printed as a high-quality archival print on acid-free paper, made of 100% cotton rag. Created in collaboration with Uprise Art, this artwork print is custom-framed and exclusive to Design Within Reach. It’s archivally framed with acrylic Plexiglas and a matte wood frame. Open edition; unsigned.
  • An exclusive piece created in partnership with the New York gallery Uprise Art.
  • This archival print is custom-framed with acrylic Plexiglas and maple wood.
  • Printed on acid-free 100% cotton rag paper that has a smooth, matte finish.
  • Hanging hardware and instructions included.
Brand
Uprise Art
General Dimensions
  • 17" H 21" W 1½" D
Product Weight
15 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

"Sunspot" by Kayla Plosz Antiel

  • Height (in): 17
  • Width (in): 21
  • Depth (in): 1½
  • Weight (lbs): 15
  • Maple frame
  • Acrylic Plexiglas face
  • 100% cotton rag paper print

Kayla Plosz Antiel

Kayla Plosz Antiel approaches her work as an exploration of color, focusing on subtle shifts within monochromatic, analogous, and complementary schemes.

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