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Parvez Taj

$389.00 - $549.00

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Shipping & Returns

Estimated Arrival
Arrives by 12/23
May 13 - May 18
Returns:
This item is final sale and non-returnable.

Product Information

Artist:
Parvez Taj
Materials:
UV ink print on reclaimed white barn wood siding
Frame details:
2” heavy-duty wood frame with D-rings in the back for hanging
Available sizes:
36" x 24"
45" x 30"
60" x 40"
Please note:
This work is suitable for indoor and outdoor display.

Why We Love This

This colorful work from artist Parvez Taj evokes a beautifully weathered wall of mosaic tiles. The piece is printed with eco-friendly UV inks on reclaimed wood collected from old barns around the United States. Each board is hand-selected by craftsmen for printing, making this piece truly one of a kind. Given the wood’s age and previous use, it is likely to have irregularities such as knots, stains, or an uneven surface. These imperfections add character and patina to this fine work of art.
The piece features an artist signature on the front and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Ready to hang. Made in the USA.

About Parvez Taj

A visionary artist, Parvez Taj creates evocative works for the wall that draw viewers in with brilliant colors and rich textures. Taj freely mixes media, including photography, software, and acrylics, to achieve his bold effects. He works with UV-cured inks and recycled wood, often reclaimed from rural buildings throughout the U.S., to minimize his impact on the environment. Taj was born in Canada and currently lives and works in Los Angeles. His works are entirely made in California.

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