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Indigo Cell - Print


Mary Gaspar

MGA003-P-C48x36

2019

Custom Print Reproduction

Price : Regular price $45.00

This piece is a custom print reproduction. Select your style (paper or canvas), print size, and framing preferences. Paper prints are printed on Epson Somerset Velvet paper, and can be purchased unframed, or framed with a black, white, or natural wood frame, and matted or unmatted. Canvas prints can be purchased rolled, and gallery wrapped with the option to frame. 

Please note larger dimensions listed when a frame and/or mat are added to your print. All listed framed dimensions are approximate within a 1/2". For more information on printing and framing options and policies, please visit our Prints Explained page. 

Please also note that 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.

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BIOGRAPHY

Mary Gaspar is an abstract watercolor and acrylic painter from Chicago, Illinois. She painted at the Evanston Art Center throughout her youth and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Illinois. Her abstract “Plant Cell” pieces derived from a “post baby fog” and the need to create work that portrays connection. She has been featured in Architectural Digest, Domino Magazine, Property Brothers and her work is collected internationally.

Mary paints in her home studio in Wilmette, Illinois where she lives with her husband, three young daughters and border collie. When she’s not painting, you can find her in her garden.

ARTIST STATEMENT

"I find the composition first and then the painting reveals herself to me through layers of water, color and texture, in a composed symphony. In creating a painting I am pursuing the duality in things, light and dark, calm and chaos, the perfect connection with imperfect lines, the raw strangeness and familiar bonds."