Large tapestry throws. LIMITED EDITIONS DESIGNED BY ARTIST ANE HOWARD.
Dimension is 50 x 60.
The coziest of home accessories, these woven blankets are made from 100% cotton and feature fringe edges. Slight color variation between the product image shown and the final printed product may be expected due to the variance in threads utilized in production. Machine wash in cold water using mild detergent and gentle cycle only. Do not bleach or tumble dry. T
his blanket is weaved as a tapestry from a representation of Ane Howard's original oil painting, Go West, Cowgirl!
Only ten are available. Since these are limited editions, there are no returns or exchanges on any of my items.
The last photo is of the original artwork. It is available as a fine art print. Inquire with me. Thank you for supporting a California artist.
MADE TO ORDER: NO RETURN OR REFUND.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
California-resident and Montreal-born artist Ane Howard, an abstract figurative mixed media artist, tells an emotional and imaged story in the portraits and landscapes she paints. Using deconstructed form born out of the expressionist movement, bold paintbrush, and contrasting hues of colors, she imbues each brushstroke with meaning to evoke moods and ideas. Following a lifelong exploration of different art forms, Ane is dedicated to full-time painting. Speaking about her passion for oil painting, she said, "Nothing has ever fulfilled my need for self-expression the way painting does."
Ane's vivid oil paintings have been shown at various Art Galleries in California, such as the well-known Five 3 Gallery, Claudia Chapline Contemporary Art Gallery, Teri Lang Studio, and the Marin Society Artists, and Art Works Downtown. Her artwork has also been exhibited in the London Tube and Berlin Metro as part of Public Art. Her work is owned by collectors in North America and Europe.
Ane has an upcoming show at the International Art Museum of America in San Francisco. The exhibition is scheduled for July 2021.
Ane is represented by Five 3 Gallery in Laguna, California.