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Caroline Wright, Ile

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Caroline Wright, Ile

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Product Information

Size:

19" x 24"

Materials:

print on 300-gsm fine-art paper

Frame finish:

white

Artist:

Caroline Wright

Frame details:

wood

Available Sizes:
19" x 24"
31" x 40"

Why We Love This

This meditative abstraction features a wash of rich blue hues. This is a reproduction of an original work by Caroline Wright, printed on fine-art paper and framed in white.

Why We Love This

This meditative abstraction features a wash of rich blue hues. This is a reproduction of an original work by Caroline Wright, printed on fine-art paper and framed in white.

About the Brand

A rising star on the Southern art scene, Caroline Wright lives and works in her native city of Austin. Her works hover between landscape and abstraction, with acrylic drips and layered forms that bring an organic, painterly feel to the surfaces. Yet nothing is purely chance; underneath each one is a rhythmic, formal composition. Upon finishing a degree in visual art and art history at Brown, Wright spent several years in an artists' collective on the outskirts of Paris. She is also a cellist and a Kula yoga instructor.