Washing Machine Canvas
Washing Machine Canvas
Washing Machine Canvas
Washing Machine Canvas
Washing Machine Canvas

Washing Machine Canvas

$28.80 USD

The original oil of  "Washing Machine" is available for purchase. Please contact the artist above for price.

 

"Washing Machine" is a canvas print of an original oil painting. This art was created outside or in "plein air" on location in Victor, Colorado during "Victor Celebrates the Arts." This painting was originally created using traditional oil painting materials.

 

Our fine art canvases transform any image into a beautiful work of art. Each one is produced using a giclée fine art printing process and hand finished by our experienced canvas framing team. - 100+ year colour guarantee - Two canvas edge finishing options: white, or image wrap - Professional artist stretcher bars milled from the finest quality kiln-dried knotless pine - Our canvas material is a finely textured artist-grade cotton canvas which consistently reproduces image details with outstanding clarity and detail.

 

This print is made and shipped from a US fine art printer that specializes in quality giclee printing. This item is made to order, and can take up to 6 days in production before it ships.

 

Feedback from my collectors:

"Awesome! Love this art. Looking forward to more!"

"Thank you for the beautiful painting!! Prompt, excellent shipping"

"Artwork was better than the picture - excellent-"

"Beautiful painting. Love the realistic color and feeling. Thanks!"

"Talented artist; beautiful work; quick reliable shipping; the best. Thanks."

"Exceptional impressionist, a talent of remarkable ability & true integrity."

"Fantastic painting. Best kept secret. Take note of this artist."

"Stunning original art. Excellent packaging. Fast shipping. Thanks!!"

 

About the Artist:

Shirley Bales, is a multi-generational painter. Shirley formally studied fine art under an accomplished forensic portrait artist and other notable illustrators from Art Center College of Design Pasadena in the 1990's. Shirley also attended workshops by acclaimed plein air painters, and exclusively painted outside for over 10 years to develop her acute color sensibility. Shirley attributes most of her technical knowledge to the Cennini Forum comprised of forerunners of the Classical Realism Movement. Shirley has participated in multiple group and solo shows winning multiple awards and accolades over the years. Her work resides in hundreds of private collections nationwide.

 

Canvas Prints

Each one is produced using a giclée fine art printing process and hand finished by our experienced canvas framing team. - 100+ year colour guarantee - Two canvas edge finishing options: white, or image wrap - Professional artist stretcher bars milled from the finest quality kiln-dried knotless pine - Our canvas material is a finely textured artist-grade cotton canvas which consistently reproduces image details with outstanding clarity and detail.

This print is made and shipped from a US fine art printer that specializes in quality giclee printing. This item is made to order, and can take up to 6 days in production before it ships.

Feedback from my collectors:

"Awesome! Love this art. Looking forward to more!"

"Thank you for the beautiful painting!! Prompt, excellent shipping"

"Artwork was better than the picture - excellent-"

"Beautiful painting. Love the realistic color and feeling. Thanks!"

"Talented artist; beautiful work; quick reliable shipping; the best. Thanks."

"Exceptional impressionist, a talent of remarkable ability & true integrity."

"Fantastic painting. Best kept secret. Take note of this artist."

"Stunning original art. Excellent packaging. Fast shipping. Thanks!!"

About the Artist:

Shirley Bales, is a multi-generational painter. Shirley formally studied fine art under an accomplished forensic portrait artist and other notable illustrators from Art Center College of Design Pasadena in the 1990's. Shirley also attended workshops by acclaimed plein air painters, and exclusively painted outside for over 10 years to develop her acute color sensibility. Shirley attributes most of her technical knowledge to the Cennini Forum, comprised of forerunners of the Classical Realism Movement. Shirley has participated in multiple group and solo shows winning multiple awards and accolades over the years. Her work resides in hundreds of private collections nationwide.