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Ann Rea, Clover and Poppies

Ann Rea

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Ann Rea, Clover and Poppies
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Artist:
Ann Rea
Materials:
fine-art giclée print on acid-free paper
Frame details:
wood/Plexiglas/cardboard/acid-free mat
Available sizes:
18" x 22"
26" x 32"
Frame finish:
white
Please note:
The print is hand-signed by the artist and includes a numbered certificate of authenticity.

Why We Love This

This expressively colored landscape by artist Ann Rea depicts a field of wildflowers in Sonoma Valley, California. "I had to convince the ranch manager to leave these weeds one more day so I could finish the painting," says the artist. This exclusive-edition print is hand-signed by the artist and floated on top of an acid-free mat. A classic 2-inch-deep white frame sets the work off beautifully. Includes a numbered certificate of authenticity.

About Ann Rea

With a mission to "savor the colors of the moment," San Francisco-based artist Ann Rea creates evocative contemporary landscapes, often depicting Northern California and its vineyards. For the artist, painting is a form of meditation, allowing her to reflect on the present through her expressive use of color. Rea's work has been featured in and magazines and on HGTV. Rea accepts select commissions to create a custom “Experience of Art” of her collectors’ favorite landscapes.