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Calendula and Honey: Wound Healing
Calendula and Honey: Wound Healing.2012.mixed media and seed pods on panel.12" x 24".$1600
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Original artworks are all created on the finest archival papers, panels, canvas and linen with archival applications and medium. Thank you art school in NY and Italy.
The large panels in Britt's original paintings are beautifully custom built by HoldStudio http://www.holdstudios.com/HOLD/Products.html in Tacoma, WA.
Prints are produced by the Fine Print Imaging, "the premier printer for artists and photographers who sell their work at art shows and in galleries. Or that [they’re] the the #1 printer for conservation photographers and artists worldwide."
http://www.fineprintimaging.com. Doubly important to me, as an environmentally focused artist, is the "green" and sustainable practices of the printers I use. Read more about Fine Print Imaging's sustainability practices here:
Thanks Fine Print Imaging!
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