Benson-Cobb, Mesa's End No. 2
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Benson-Cobb, Mesa's End No. 2

$875.00
Est. Arrival: Jun 14 - Jun 24
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Why we love this

A masterful use of dreamy, muted hues gives this abstract piece a sense of serenity. This is a giclée reproduction of the original work by Carol Benson-Cobb, printed on canvas and beautifully presented in a wood floater frame.

Artist: Carol Benson-Cobb
Dimensions: frame size, 35"L x 35"W x 2"D; image size, 34"L x 34"W
Finish: frame, silver
Frame Details: wood floater frame
Made Of: giclée print on canvas
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU: 77068000
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Jun 14 - Jun 24
STANDARD DELIVERY: This item ships standard service. Learn more about our shipping & handling rates.
RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
Dallas-based artist Carol Benson-Cobb creates elegant, fluid abstractions that complement a wide range of interiors. Largely self-taught, Benson-Cobb is a lifelong painter who was drawn to abstraction when creating artwork for her own home. With a view to how the buyer will live with the finished piece, the artist layers color thickly on her canvases, creating serene, open-ended compositions that subtly reference landscapes and patterned textiles. She focuses on evoking a mood, resulting in pieces that harmonize beautifully with their surroundings.
Why we love this

A masterful use of dreamy, muted hues gives this abstract piece a sense of serenity. This is a giclée reproduction of the original work by Carol Benson-Cobb, printed on canvas and beautifully presented in a wood floater frame.

About the Brand
Dallas-based artist Carol Benson-Cobb creates elegant, fluid abstractions that complement a wide range of interiors. Largely self-taught, Benson-Cobb is a lifelong painter who was drawn to abstraction when creating artwork for her own home. With a view to how the buyer will live with the finished piece, the artist layers color thickly on her canvases, creating serene, open-ended compositions that subtly reference landscapes and patterned textiles. She focuses on evoking a mood, resulting in pieces that harmonize beautifully with their surroundings.