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Squeakie, Mending the Nets

$550.00
Est. Arrival: Oct 09 - Oct 14
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ARTIST James "Squeakie" Stone
DIMENSIONS image size, 11"L x 14"W
MADE OF acrylic on canvas
PLEASE NOTE This piece is unframed.
SKU 77506600
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 09 - Oct 14
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Founded in 2010 by Allison Williamson, the Artist Collective is an online gallery with a mission to offer patrons affordable, original art while giving back to the communities it serves. Headquartered in Charleston, SC, the Artist Collective is also active in Atlanta, Nashville, and Washington, DC, featuring the work of these cities’ most talented artists. Under its "giving back" business model, 5% of profits are given to charitable organizations in each of its markets. To date, donations exceed $160,000.
Why we love this

Seen first at One Kings Lane: This vibrant original work is painted by James "Squeakie" Stone using acrylics on canvas. This unframed piece arrives ready to hang.A self-taught artist from the rural South Carolina Lowcountry, Squeakie creates nostalgic paintings that portray a simpler way of life. He draws inspiration from childhood memories, a time when he often worked in tobacco and cotton fields. Like many self-taught artists, Squeakie did not start creatively painting until later in life, encouraged to do so by his Uncle Henry "Squirrel" Stone, a folk artist. He became a full-time artist in 2007, and his paintings have been acquired by collectors in the U.S. and abroad.

About the Brand
Founded in 2010 by Allison Williamson, the Artist Collective is an online gallery with a mission to offer patrons affordable, original art while giving back to the communities it serves. Headquartered in Charleston, SC, the Artist Collective is also active in Atlanta, Nashville, and Washington, DC, featuring the work of these cities’ most talented artists. Under its "giving back" business model, 5% of profits are given to charitable organizations in each of its markets. To date, donations exceed $160,000.
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