“The Intersection” 16×20 unframed Canvas Print is Art You Love by Elizabeth Traub.
“The Intersection” offers a wave and flow that crosses through this vibrant unframed wrapped canvas print. It is an artful piece. The hues blues, mauves, pink and white are perfect in bringing a touch of color together in any room of your home. Designed with today’s interior design color trends. You can have that designer look without the high cost of a designer. A flat finish helps reduce glare. Hardware is included so you can hang at once. Designed and manufactured in America. Price is for canvas print only. Accessories and furniture are for design ideas only. An art piece starts with the artist’s story. You continue the story of art when you hang this piece in your home.
- Designed to hang in your kitchen, cafe, playroom, family room, office, bedroom, and breakfast room.
- Painted with designer colors for today’s trends in interior design.
- Hanging hooks included so your painting is ready to hang.
- Unframed canvas print.
- Designed, Painted and Made in America.
- Every room in your home should have a beautiful piece of Art You Love by Elizabeth Traub.
- Price is for canvas print only. Accessories and furniture for design ideas only.
- Designer gallery pictures do not always represent the size you are ordering. Be sure to use a tape measure to measure your space. Measure twice and order once.
If you need a custom size please use the contact form and let us know. We can work with you on size and pricing.
If you are a wholesaler/retailer or art gallery we offer a discount to qualified buyers.
Thank you for your order & Have a wonderful day, Elizabeth Traub
About this art piece…
It was a day of working out difficult circumstances. Standing at, “The Intersection” of big decisions. Sitting in my art studio praying and asking God for hope and peace in the situation. A friend, Mark Caton named this piece. He had no idea of the circumstances but the name was perfect.
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“The Intersection” 16″x 20″ Canvas Print is Art You Love by Elizabeth Traub