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Erin McIntosh-April Flowers Roses on Red

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Artist:
Erin McIntosh
Materials:
print on gallery-wrapped canvas
Available sizes:
16" x 16"
24" x 24"

Why We Love This

An enchanting painting of flowers in a vase, done in a pared-down palette of greens and reds. This is a beautiful print on canvas of the original work; it is ready to hang.

About the Brand

The artist Erin McIntosh weaves a poetic interpretation of experiences into her paintings. She is drawn to delicate forms, ephemeral feelings, and “in between” spaces in her work; these curiosities often lead to abstract paintings that are a wonder to behold. McIntosh holds a BFA and MFA in Studio Art from The University of Georgia, where she currently teaches. Her work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions in Georgia as well as across the United States and Europe.The artist Erin McIntosh weaves a poetic interpretation of experiences into her paintings. She is drawn to delicate forms, ephemeral feelings, and “in between” spaces in her work; these curiosities often lead to abstract paintings that are a wonder to behold. McIntosh holds a BFA and MFA in Studio Art from The University of Georgia, where she currently teaches. Her work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions in Georgia as well as across the United States and Europe.