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Jo Ann Belson, Crouching in Shadow

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Jo Ann Belson, Crouching in Shadow

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Product Information

Artist:

Jo Ann Belson

Frame details:

wood/glass

Size:

19" x 24"

Materials:

print on 300-gsm fine-art paper with a 1" white border

Frame finish:

blonde

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

Why We Love This

A drawing of a figure, with back turned, crouching into a charcoal shadow. This print is set off in a blonde wood frame.

Why We Love This

A drawing of a figure, with back turned, crouching into a charcoal shadow. This print is set off in a blonde wood frame.

About the Brand

Jo Ann Belson's clean, continuous, spontaneous lines strikingly exemplify her less-is-more creative process and philosophy in riveting, tactile portraits of her past, present, and inner world. She studied at the Chouinard Art Institute and Cal Arts, as well as under the painter Martin Lubner. Belson's work is regularly showcased at the LA Art Show, and has been featured in The New York Times and across many shelter publications.