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Kristy Gammill, Orchid

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Kristy Gammill, Orchid

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Artist:

Kristy Gammill

Size:

20" x 24"

Materials:

print on canvas

Frame details:

floater frame

Frame finish:

white

Available Sizes:
20" x 24"
33" x 40"

Why We Love This

A vibrant, ikat-inspired painting that bursts with brilliant color. This is a fine reproduction of the original work by Kristy Gammill, printed on canvas and set in a white floater frame.

Why We Love This

A vibrant, ikat-inspired painting that bursts with brilliant color. This is a fine reproduction of the original work by Kristy Gammill, printed on canvas and set in a white floater frame.

About the Brand

Kristy Gammill’s paintings contain vivid imagery, with echoes of ikat patterns, lush florals, and radiant washes of paint. She draws her inspiration out of everything from ancient textile patterns to flea market finds. Gammill was accepted into The Quarts Mountain Arts Institute and took art courses in college, but is mostly self-taught. She is a mother of three teenagers and works in a studio in Edmond, Oklahoma.