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Jylian Gustlin, Ad Lucem IX

$388.00

$800.00 52% Off

Jylian Gustlin, Ad Lucem IX

Shipping & Returns

Estimated Arrival
Arrives by 12/23
Sep 21 - Sep 25
Returns:
Returns accepted within 14 days of delivery.

Product Information

Artist:

Jylian Gustlin

Frame finish:

white

Materials:

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

Frame details:

wood/glass

Size:

30" x 40"

Why We Love This

This is a fine-art print of the original work by Jylian Gustlin, set in a wood frame finished in white. The work arrives ready to hang.

Why We Love This

This is a fine-art print of the original work by Jylian Gustlin, set in a wood frame finished in white. The work arrives ready to hang.

About the Brand

Growing up in Northern California, the artist Jylian Gustlin admired Bay Area Figurative School artists like Richard Diebenkorn and Wayne Thiebaud. In her own figure sketches, she blends a classical feel for drawing with creative shading and color. Before turning to art, Gustlin studied computer science and mathematics, and her work is often informed by concepts like Fibonacci mathematical theories, which relate to the makeup of shell spirals, the number of petals on flowers, and musical scales. At their core, her works are handmade: she paints and draws with materials including oil, charcoal, wax, gold leaf, and pastels to create her inspiring imagery.