This piece used vintage postcards, music notes of the song its A Wonderful Thing. The girl celebrating and jumping is from a vintage ad from the 1930s. Each element in this piece brings to mind the beauty and celebration of love and life.
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Fine art giclee prints digitally capture the original work. They are printed on heavyweight canvas using archival inks, and museum gallery wrapped on 1.5" stretcher bars. Fine art prints are a textured 100% acid free, heavyweight, white watercolor paper. Ready for matting and framing of the client's own choice. Art prints are shipped direct to the client from the Print Company in Austin Texas
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