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Prints of Oil on Canvas

These 16 oil paintings are reproduced on high quality OBA-free (archival) canvas. Images are printed with archival grade Epson Ultrachrome GSX inks. The finished print has a satin (low glass level) appearance ideally suited for oil reproductions. The superior poly/cotton blend, 2-over-1 canvas is specially engineered to create beautiful prints providing a wide color gamut, exceptional contrast with a consistent canvas texture. Due to the durable nature of the inks, prints are both scratch and smudge resistant without the need to be coated. Each piece is finished in a thick gallery wrap with a professionally taped backing. For a truly refined and professional look, a canvas-like matte tape is carefully applied to the back, hiding the staples. Because no backing is applied, your canvas has the ability to breathe making it resistant to accumulating mold and mildew. This option is ideal in situations in which you might be placing the canvas print on an easel or made available where the back can be viewed. 

 A wire hanger is installed on the back approximately 2/3 of the way up from the bottom of the canvas. A picture hanger wall hook is included which allows you to easily hang your canvas on most dry walls. Two may be included for very large canvas prints.

Clicking the images will take you to the Eloquent Illusions Storefront where you can make your selections and browse all images, sizes and finishes.  Shipping and handling is FREE in the Continental US and the same care that is given to packing for shipment to a gallery will be given to your piece. Shipments outside the Continental US are subject to added shipping charges. Measurement's shown are in inches.

Zebra in Hiding

Two pieces I want to spotlight are Hope (Above) and Dreams (Below). I am a Cancer survivor and these pieces were painted during a time in my life of complete uncertainty awash in fear. I dug deep to find HOPE and in doing so, was able to realize my DREAMS.

HOPE was painted while waiting for the diagnosis of cancer.
DREAMS was painted while going through the trials of chemotherapy.

"If we can change the way they see ... then we can change the way we think".

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Photography of Oil Paintings by:

Lacey Borba Photography - Grand Junction, Colorado

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