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Summer Marsh, Karin Olah
Now: $263.00 Was: $329.00
ARTIST Karin Olah
DIMENSIONS 24"L x 20"W x 2.25"D; 3" mat
FINISH natural whitewash
FRAME DETAILS maple/Plexiglas/3" cream heavyweight paper mat
MADE OF giclée on heavy watercolor paper
PLEASE NOTE Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
RETURNS You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. This item is returnable within 14 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Austin, TX-based Wonderwall Studio believes that the presentation of artwork should become part of the artwork itself. Founded by industry experts with a passion for printmaking on distinctive materials, Wonderwall Studio prints imagery on just about any substrate, from paper and canvas to exotic woods, premium metals, and even mirrors.
Why we love this

Exclusive to One Kings Lane: This marshy landscape from Karin Olah was originally created with textiles and multiple paint mediums, which gives the work it's impressive depth and texture. Printed here on watercolor paper and backed in linen, it's displayed in a clear acrylic shadowbox frame and arrives ready to hang.

Using fabric, Karin Olah works in a manner that mimics the flow of paint from a brush. Intricately cut, placed, and pasted textiles are combined with gouache, acrylic, and graphite to create paintings that are deep in color and texture. For several years, Karin managed a textile studio in New York City, developing colors and patterns for clients, including Donna Karan, Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren, and Peter Marino Interior Architects. Now applying her fabric know-how to the realm of painting, Karin exhibits her collage art in solo and group shows up and down the East Coast.

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