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Heart Metal Print featuring the painting Manic Heart by Mark Lubich

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Manic Heart Metal Print

Mark Lubich

by Mark Lubich

$71.00

Product Details

Manic Heart metal print by Mark Lubich.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.

Design Details

This painting is a portrait of a love that transcends the four seasons of life. The piece is made using Acrylic paints on stretched canvas with gel... more

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Manic Heart Painting by Mark Lubich

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Metal Print Tags

metal prints heart beating fondly madly autumn leaves abstract acrylic love generations

Painting Tags

paintings heart beating fondly madly autumn leaves abstract acrylic love generations

Comments (1)

Edward Wolverton

Edward Wolverton

Nice Work Mark....this is sometimes what my heart feels like.....Ed

Artist's Description

This painting is a portrait of a love that transcends the four seasons of life. The piece is made using Acrylic paints on stretched canvas with gel medium, sculptural paste, and ink. This is framed.

About Mark Lubich

Mark Lubich

Mark Lubich was born in Port Hueneme, California in 1956. He graduated from West Seattle High School in 1974 and the University of Washington, with a BA in History, in 1978. He was commissioned a 2LT in the US Army in 1982 and, as a Captain, became medically disabled in 1988. He is a self taught artist who started working with mixed media in 1992. He began experimenting with glass in 1999. Currently, hes incorporating fused glass with mixed media collage. He also continues to do sculptural glass pieces Distinctions and Awards 2015 Veteran's 2014 National Arts Competition, Puget Sound Region, 1st Place in Fiber Arts Original Design, 1st Place in Applied Arts Mixed Media and 2nd Place in Glass VA...

 

$71.00

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