Leslee Mitchell, Wheels Triptych
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Leslee Mitchell, Wheels Triptych

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Est. Arrival: Sep 28 - Oct 07
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From Leslee Mitchell, this set includes three profile images of car toys that really pop against a crisp white background. The Nashville-based photographer has always been drawn to the interesting curves of an old car. Her Matchbox car series is a way to combine her lifelong passion for vintage cars with her professional background in interior design photography. Each piece is beautifully framed and arrives ready to hang.

Artist: Leslee Mitchell
Dimensions: frame size, 26"L x 34"W x 1"D each; image size, 24"L x 32"W each
Finish: frame, white
Frame Details: polystyrene/Plexiglas
Made Of: giclée print on paper
Set Of: 3
SKU: 77462303
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Sep 28 - Oct 07
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Photographer Leslee Mitchell believes that life is too beautiful for bad photography. After practicing law for years, she now finds herself fully immersed in the photography world, happily pulling double-duty as a stylist for most her shoots. Her work has been featured in a variety of magazines and blogs, and in 2014, Mitchell was named one of Rangefinder’s 30 Rising Stars for 2014.
Why we love this

From Leslee Mitchell, this set includes three profile images of car toys that really pop against a crisp white background. The Nashville-based photographer has always been drawn to the interesting curves of an old car. Her Matchbox car series is a way to combine her lifelong passion for vintage cars with her professional background in interior design photography. Each piece is beautifully framed and arrives ready to hang.

About the Brand
Photographer Leslee Mitchell believes that life is too beautiful for bad photography. After practicing law for years, she now finds herself fully immersed in the photography world, happily pulling double-duty as a stylist for most her shoots. Her work has been featured in a variety of magazines and blogs, and in 2014, Mitchell was named one of Rangefinder’s 30 Rising Stars for 2014.