Kate Roebuck, Watercolor IX
Silver White

Kate Roebuck, Watercolor IX

Now: $219.50 - $314.50 Was: $279.00 - $395.00
Est. Arrival: Nov 03 - Nov 15

Rendered with a stunning blend and depth of color, this abstract work from Kate Roebuck really pops against a neutral background. This is a faithful reproduction of Roebuck's original watercolor painting, printed on deckled paper, floated over a mat, and beautifully framed. Arrives ready to hang.

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Silver
Silver
White
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Artist: Kate Roebuck
Dimensions: frame size, 37.5"L x 48"W x 1.25"D; image size, 31"L x 41.5"W
Finish: frame, white
Frame Details: wood/Plexiglas
Made Of: giclée print on watercolor paper
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU: 77369092
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Nov 03 - Nov 15
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RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
Largely influenced by her studies of textile design, artist Kate Roebuck finds inspiration in form, pattern, color, and texture. Exploring these classical themes, she seeks to create open-ended visual dialogues and to make connections between the creator and the created. Roebuck and her sister-in-law are the creative duo behind Bowerbird, an online studio and collective where they show their work. Born in Pittsburgh, Roebuck has lived in the South for nearly a decade and finds that the slower pace of life provides her ample time to create and explore.
About the Brand
Largely influenced by her studies of textile design, artist Kate Roebuck finds inspiration in form, pattern, color, and texture. Exploring these classical themes, she seeks to create open-ended visual dialogues and to make connections between the creator and the created. Roebuck and her sister-in-law are the creative duo behind Bowerbird, an online studio and collective where they show their work. Born in Pittsburgh, Roebuck has lived in the South for nearly a decade and finds that the slower pace of life provides her ample time to create and explore.