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"True Blue" Fine Art print

Original price $50.00 - Original price $750.00
Original price
$50.00 - $750.00
Current price $50.00
True Blue is available in both matte and premium giclee options.  The main difference between the two is the texture of the paper. Matte is smooth like a poster and medium weight, while premium is heavy-weight with lots of texture. The final photo of this listing is an extreme close up of the premium paper. 

Archival Matte Paper (smooth paper):

An Economical favorite for fine art reproductions and photo prints. It features a smooth surface, heavy weight (230 g, 9.5-mil), neutral white, matte paper engineered for accurate color reproduction that provides high contrast and high-resolution output.

Premium Textured Giclee Prints (textured):
This is a thick (21-mil) heavy weight (310g) paper with luxurious professional grade paper that resists yellowing and aging, made with archival pigmented inks and paper closer to the original painting's texture. 

Shipping: These prints come rolled into a tube and shipped to your door within 2 weeks. All you need to do is slip the print into your chosen frame. All prints have a 1-inch white border, so matting isn't necessary. These prints are guaranteed to add a bold accent to your space. 

Framing: Need the perfect frame? I have a blog post on framing resources. If you prefer me to frame it for you, please head to the commissions tab above and fill out a contact us form, I will get back to you within 24 hours. 



While I was home visiting family, my 5 year old niece kept requesting Billie Eilish. On the way home from school, to dance to, you name it. I would roll my eyes every time and say “fine” because I’m a little stubborn about trying out new music. Then I got home from my trip and was like… wait a minute, the music was pretty good! I should check out her new album.

This painting is the result of my 5 year old niece getting me into Billie Eilish, and then me realizing that her new album was so good it allowed me to melt into my work like nothing else in the world mattered. 

The album has been on repeat in my studio since its release, and it allows me to step into synthesia with sound while painting. I can see colors in my head while listening.

I also associate certain colors with numbers and didn’t realize this isn’t something everyone experiences. Not all music allows me to melt into the canvas like this, so this album is special to me. This painting is a masterpiece inspired by my love for music and of course, Isabel my niece.