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Katherine Miller, Sardines

$650.00
Est. Arrival: Dec 31 - Jan 03
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ARTIST Katherine Miller
DIMENSIONS frame size, 16"L x 13"W x 1.25"D; image size, 10"L x 7"W
FINISH frame, white
FRAME DETAILS wood/glass/2.5" white archival mat
MADE OF watercolor on archival paper
SKU 77562581
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Dec 31 - Jan 03
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The Charleston Artist Collective was founded in 2010 by Allison Williamson. The Collective is comprised of local Charleston artists who produce affordable, quality, original fine art from abstracts to landscapes to still lives. Charleston Artist Collective made it their mission to give a percentage back to local charities and non-profits. In 2014, The Atlanta Artist Collective was created with Director, Laine Kilburn. The sister site has the same mission with Atlanta-based artists. Collectively, the Atlanta Artist Collective and the Charleston Artist Collective has donated over $100,000 to charities since their inception.
Why we love this

Seen first at One Kings Lane: This original watercolor painting from Katherine Stratton Miller features a jar of sardines rendered in charming detail. Matted and displayed under glass in a white wood frame, this piece arrives ready to hang.

Influenced by the beauty in nature and everyday objects, Nashville native Katherine Stratton Miller began creating art at an early age, and was even allowed to draw on her bedroom walls thanks to her art-enthusiast parents. Katherine’s influences are many, including a love of botanicals stemming from her youth spent on the family farm.

About the Brand
The Charleston Artist Collective was founded in 2010 by Allison Williamson. The Collective is comprised of local Charleston artists who produce affordable, quality, original fine art from abstracts to landscapes to still lives. Charleston Artist Collective made it their mission to give a percentage back to local charities and non-profits. In 2014, The Atlanta Artist Collective was created with Director, Laine Kilburn. The sister site has the same mission with Atlanta-based artists. Collectively, the Atlanta Artist Collective and the Charleston Artist Collective has donated over $100,000 to charities since their inception.