My original painting is reproduced on a canvas gallery wrap. The finished edges are navy blue, so it arrives ready to hang, or you could also frame it if you like (frame is not included). The artwork is printed with acid-free ink that will last without fading, on high quality canvas, and folded around a lightweight frame for a gorgeous, gallery ready appearance. It's finished with a scratch-resistant UV protective coating.
I recommend pairing with "Bluebirds and Peonies" and "Songbirds and Magnolias" canvas wraps for a set of two or three panels.
My take on chinoiserie is completely my own. I learned traditional Chinese painting as a teenager, and now I combine that style of brush strokes with acrylic paint in bold yet elegant compositions.
In shades of blue, white, and sage green, flowering gardenias frame elegant white cranes.
Canvas wraps are 1.25" deep.
What's the difference between a fine art print, a print on canvas, and a canvas wrap?