Yonder No. 8

Yonder No. 8

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Pastoral landscape "Yonder No. 8" is a 30x24 inch, gallery-wrapped, all sides painted, original acrylic painting by Jess Franks. 

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Flecks of shimmering gold dot this landscape, and when the light catches them, it's like the painting is alive. Set off by incredible shades of purple-blue, turquoise, and deep coral. 

Part of my "Yonder" series, and inspired by childhood drives through the mountains. Back when there were no ipads for long car rides and I passed the time gazing out the window.

Perfect for hanging over a mantle or sofa as the centerpiece of a room. Painted on 1 3/8" deep gallery wrapped canvas with all sides painted, so no framing needed. Wired and ready to hang.

Lightly spray varnished.

Signed on front, sign & dated on back.

**Collectors outside the U.S.: I only ship original art to U.S. and Canada. I do not currently ship original art anywhere else internationally. Please do not purchase this listing.

**Canadian collectors: any additional shipping charges will be invoiced after purchase (sorry, my website platform doesn't allow for a better method).

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Unless asked otherwise, I ship via USPS Priority mail within one week after your payment has cleared. Unless otherwise noted within the item listing, I wrap the painting in craft paper and bubble wrap, then pack it into sturdy cardboard boxes with crumpled newspaper cushioning it on all sides.

Refunds and Exchanges

I do not sell paintings 'upon approval'. This means that I cannot accept a return if it doesn't match or you change your mind. That is not something I can do at these prices, which I try to keep affordable. I work hard to have clear and accurate photos. If you just aren't sure about the painting or its colors, I will be happy to send more photos with close ups. Please be sure you love the painting before you purchase it.

If a painting is damaged during shipping, I can work out a return and refund with you.

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Copyright: As is true with all art under U.S. law, the artist retains reproduction rights and copyright of her created pieces unless she has expressly given her written and signed consent. http://www.arsny.com/copyright-basics

All items come from a smoke-free home, and were most likely painted while the Freakonomics podcast played in the background. It’s like Mozart for your plants.