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Pink Within Blue, Original

Malissa Ryder

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Pink Within Blue, Original

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Artist:

Malissa Ryder

Materials:

watercolor on paper

Please note:

This work is unframed.

Dimensions:

removable white archival mat, 17" x 14"; paper size, 14" x 11.5"; image size, 11.25" x 9"

Why We Love This

A delicate and ethereal abstraction, composed of layers of pink and blue hues. This is an original watercolor by artist Malissa Ryder, presented in a removable white archival mat.

Why We Love This

A delicate and ethereal abstraction, composed of layers of pink and blue hues. This is an original watercolor by artist Malissa Ryder, presented in a removable white archival mat.

About Malissa Ryder

Artist Malissa Ryder lives and works in Athens, Georgia. In her current work, she creates watercolor paintings using traditional techniques, with an eye toward innovation. "I'm passionate about my materials, and find that watercolor allows me to be expressive, improvisational, and flexible in my creative process," says the artist. Ryder holds a BFA in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design.