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Red Chair/Blue Chair Original Art

Lulu DK

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Red Chair/Blue Chair Original Art

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Artist:

Lulu DK

Dimensions:

6" x 9"

Materials:

acrylic paint on paper

Please note:

This work is not framed.

Why We Love This

This stunning interior scene is an original acrylic painting on paper by Lulu deKwiatkowski. Signed by the artist.

Why We Love This

This stunning interior scene is an original acrylic painting on paper by Lulu deKwiatkowski. Signed by the artist.

About Lulu DK

Designer Lulu deKwiatkowski, known as Lulu DK, creates stunning original paintings and collages along with her sought-after textiles, interiors, and lifestyle designs. She honed her approach while studying Fine Arts and Interior Design at Parsons School of Design before departing for Paris, where a visit to a fabric mill led her to a future in textiles. The designer’s book, , brims with vibrant collages that tell the story of a well-traveled, artistic life.