This is a fine art reproduction of an original oil painting by Zara Kand. It is an 8x10 inch print in a 11x14 inch mat. This print is hand signed by the artist.
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PREVIEW the print in your own room (by choosing the VIEW IN: YOUR ROOM button and uploading a photo of your room) or a sample room, to give you an idea of color, size ratio and whether the artwork goes well with your room! The size is shown, but since you can resize the artwork in the preview, size ratios are not necessarily exact in the preview. To view the artwork in your room, you must either upload a photo of your room, or take a new photo of your room, using your phone, tablet, or computer.
YOUR PURCHASE IS A DONATION
100% of JTAM's proceeds of this print goes to Paws Worldwide Rescue, a 501c3, nonprofit, charity organization, that rescues and fosters death row companion animals (mostly cats and dogs), helps them heal for as long as they need, and finds loving forever homes for them.
This has a clear, vivid image resolution on high-quality, professional, archival photo paper, with ultra fine detail and clear, vivid image quality. This is for the PRINT only. The options for purchase on this page are NOT framed.
This print comes matted so the print is 8" x 10" and with the wide, off-white/cream-colored mat, it is 11" x 14". It comes protected in an archival, acid-free plastic bag, and backed by a 11" x 14" acid-free, archival backing board.
It's perfect for those who have a frame that is just right or aren't sure how they want to hang it just yet!
Zara Kand is an American symbolist painter, communicating that which she finds mysterious. She views art making as a means of processing the subconscious, and its end vision providing a way to better understand ourselves and the meaning behind our shared existence. In her work, this language often consists curious landscapes familiar yet distant, and figures that are often as confused as we are.
Zara Kand was raised in Europe and has lived in the US for the greater part of her life, creating art since old enough to hold a pencil. She has exhibited throughout numerous venues within the US and has been featured in many online and print publications. She currently lives in the Joshua Tree, California, where she spends most of her time oil painting, curating art shows, teaching painting classes, illustrating, and catering events.