An abstract landscape illustration open edition print.
Medium: Open Edition Print
Available dimensions for this piece will depend on your style preference. Select paper or canvas to see size options. Please note larger dimensions listed when a frame and/or mat are added to your print.
A print reproduction is created from a professional, high-quality digital capture of an original artwork.
Paper prints are printed on premium fine art paper and can be purchased unframed, or framed with the option to mat. Canvas prints are printed on museum-grade canvas and can be purchased rolled, gallery wrapped, or gallery wrapped and framed in a floater frame.
Open Edition prints are prints which are printed indefinitely, whereas only a certain number of Limited Edition prints are made.
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Please allow three weeks for production and shipping. All print reproductions are made-to-order based on desired preferences, allowing for personal customization and less waste. Because of this level of customization we are unable to offer refunds or exchanges. Learn more on our Shipping and Returns page.
About Melissa Kircher
Melissa Kircher is a painter and illustrator who enjoys everything bold and beautiful. She works with acrylics, watercolor, and ink to create pieces that invoke her deep love of nature and the human spirit. Kircher graduated with a B.A. in Fine Arts from Gordon College. Her work has been exhibited in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York City, as well as residing in private collections around the United States. She has also authored and illustrated a children’s picture book, The Endless Story: Explaining Life and Death to Children. Kircher lives and works in Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Read our Inside the Studio interview with Melissa where we talked with her about her current body of work, her artistic process, and creative inspiration.
“I’ve always been drawn to strong lines and bright colors; the way that color and form merge into a connection with the artist and viewer. I believe we can all have eyes that are open and ears that are awake to the thrumming life around us. I see art as a way of expressing that resonance.”