A witty, larger-than-life mustache, with French script above it. This hand-printed work has beautiful texture from a combination of natural burlap and water-based paints. Framed in a contemporary black frame and made in the USA.
Fiber and Water
In the Fiber & Water studio on Maine’s coast, artisans press their designs onto burlap and other natural fibers by hand. This thoughtful, almost throwback approach to creating graphic art has a wonderful result, producing lasting designs for your walls.
Original abstract print, signed Juan Manuel De la
Rosa; proof of impression 2/2. Born in Zacatecas in 1945, De la Rosa is a painter, engraver, and ceramicist whose work is featured in the Manuel Felguerez Museum of Zacatecas; he has ...
Yarn paintings are a traditional art in which
the Huichol people recorded dreams, visions, myths, and the personal prayers of the artist. This 1970s work is by Martin de la Cruz. The wool yarn is pressed into beeswax on a ...
Let the opera come to your house with
this elegantly framed and detailed reprint of the title page from the libretto of Rossini's La Gazza Ladra.The keen-eyed adventurers of Wisteria travel all over the world to find beautifully crafted, decidedly ...