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String Theory II
38" x 12"
$173.99
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String Theory II-Don Li-Leger-Canvas Art Set

String Theory IIBy Don Li-Leger

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$173.99
38" x 12"
Canvas Art Set
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About This Piece
The Art
This multi-piece canvas art set is the result of sophisticated digital printing technology in which the panels are printed directly onto artist-grade, 100% cotton canvas. Each panel is then expertly stretched around 1.5" wooden bars and carefully finished with hand-painted edges. Acrylic coating protects these stunning gicl?e prints from dust, moisture and fading.

Printed on artist-grade cotton and stretched to perfection, this multi-piece canvas set will give your walls a gallery-like look. Each piece is stretched around 1.5" pine and coated with acrylic for protection from dust, moisture and fading. Hand-painted edges give a subtle and sophisticated finishing touch.
Product ID: 22819141564A
The Artist
Renowned Canadian artist Don Li-Leger has been spinning ethereal fantasies of color, light and texture for 30 years. Li-Leger’s signature style, called “Asian Fusion,” infuses his abstract artwork with touches of Asian art and Eastern philosophy and a texturally rich collage of calligraphy, geometric forms and natural elements. After studying plant ecology in college, Li-Leger painted the birds and animals of British Columbia, until trips to the Orient and North American wildlife sanctuaries shifted his creative focus. The symbiosis of art and natural forms is the underlying theme of Li-Leger’s art, which is inspired by the cherished flowers in his own garden.