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Deb Haugen, Blue Bird Scares 3 Ghosts

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Deb Haugen, Blue Bird Scares 3 Ghosts

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Product Information

Material:

fine art paper 250 gsm; antique white mat

Artist:

Deb Haugen

Size:

20" x 24"

Available Sizes:
20" x 24"
24" x 28"

Why We Love This

A reproduction of the original work printed on fine art paper. This piece is framed and ready to hang.

"People call me 'the Organic Artist' because of the feel of my work,” explains Malibu-based Deb Haugen. A self-described "artist/environmentalist" who supplies art to the television and film industries, Haugen says she is “infatuated by the forms, colors, and textures of hidden worlds.” Her artworks strive to make the hidden visible, with sometimes sweeping, sometimes tightly controlled swaths, streaks, and strokes of color that reflect the beautiful abstractions inherent in nature.

Why We Love This

A reproduction of the original work printed on fine art paper. This piece is framed and ready to hang.

"People call me 'the Organic Artist' because of the feel of my work,” explains Malibu-based Deb Haugen. A self-described "artist/environmentalist" who supplies art to the television and film industries, Haugen says she is “infatuated by the forms, colors, and textures of hidden worlds.” Her artworks strive to make the hidden visible, with sometimes sweeping, sometimes tightly controlled swaths, streaks, and strokes of color that reflect the beautiful abstractions inherent in nature.