Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistAlma Lee Platinum Member CollectionCube-a-Kitty
Description My little niece calls all butterflys 'butbas'. She loves them almost as much as her kitty named Korky. The original is 11x4 and done in color pencil and metallic markers. Done in contemporary cubism style, in vibrant, primary colors the colored pencils are applied layer upon layer to achieve full saturation, giving the final piece a look that would rival an oil painting.About this picture: 11x14 (prints available in several sizes)Media: Color pencil, metallic markerStyle: Contemporary CubistSubject: Cat with a butterflyOriginal Status: AvailiableI am Alma Lee and I approved this ad.About Alma Lee:Alma Lee has been a professional artist for 10 years. She is represented by Big Tent Entertainment since 2001 and holds the rights to multiple product and image licenses worldwide. She works in several different styles and techniques . Best known for her whimsical, yet 'fierce' country roosters and the Envisioning His Voice series. she is compelled to her art by the endless inspiration of Jesus Christ and strives to illustrate always his beauty, glory wonder and praise. Alma Lee lives and works in a rural area in Wisconsin, with her husband Steve and beloved dogs Dixson and Trip, and of course Tater the cat.This imagekind ad is endorsed by permission of Alma Lee Originals All rights reserved.COPYRIGHT INFORMATION: This artwork is protected by Copyright 2008 Alma Lee.Any reproduction, modification, publication, transmission, transfer, or exploitation of any content or component, whether in whole or in part, without the express written permission of Alma Lee is Prohibited. All rights reserved. We prosecute all copyright infringement to the fullest extent of the law.
Alma Lee, GREEN BAY, WI Member Since August 2008 Artist Statement I am an artist and a poet, living in a small community in Wisconsin with the love of my life, my husband Steve and the always-joyous presence of my two beloved dogs Dixson and Tripper.
I have loved art longer than life and failed and succeeded in both often. Leonardo da Vinci said; "Where the spirit does not work with the hand there is no art." Concerning my work I have found no truer statement. What I create is a direct expression of the governing spirit within in me. Be it light, I pour out its overflow, be it darkness, I wrestle to relinquish it to the light. Christ has shown me the beauty in both.
Recently color pencil and markers have become my weapon of choice, but in the not so distant past I have drawn and created my art digitally. Now more than not, I choose to employ them both. You can buy my originals on Boundless Gallery, Ebay, Redbubble and www.Esty.com