Rebecca Stern, Unknown I
Silver White Natural

Rebecca Stern, Unknown I

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Est. Arrival: Oct 28 - Nov 09

Seen first at One Kings Lane: This stunning abstraction from Rebecca Stern is printed on watercolor paper and floated over a white mat. Displayed in a pine frame, this piece arrives ready to hang.

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Artist: Rebecca Stern
Dimensions: frame size, 20"L x 17"W x 1.25"D; image size, 15"L x 12"W
Finish: frame, white
Frame Details: pine/Plexiglas/2" white cotton rag mat
Made Of: giclée on watercolor paper
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU: 77508188
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Oct 28 - Nov 09
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RETURNS: This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees will apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Rebecca Stern is an artist living and working in Stamford, CT. She graduated with honors from Lesley University College of Art and Design in 2009. Her work is in numerous private collections and she has participated in solo and group exhibitions across the country for the past ten years. Rebecca uses acrylic paint, collage, thread, and drawing materials to produce her abstract work, and considers each piece a “mental landscape” that investigates the complexities of the mind. She is intrigued by the juxtaposition of intentionality and expressive freedom that exists within the materiality of different mediums and the process it takes to find a balance.
About the Brand
Rebecca Stern is an artist living and working in Stamford, CT. She graduated with honors from Lesley University College of Art and Design in 2009. Her work is in numerous private collections and she has participated in solo and group exhibitions across the country for the past ten years. Rebecca uses acrylic paint, collage, thread, and drawing materials to produce her abstract work, and considers each piece a “mental landscape” that investigates the complexities of the mind. She is intrigued by the juxtaposition of intentionality and expressive freedom that exists within the materiality of different mediums and the process it takes to find a balance.