Through the Field Wall ArtPrice: $200.00
Design by Elementem Photography.
Through the Field is a sunset shot in a field of yellowed grass, a simple scene with complex colors of blue, orange and dark brown. The panoramic layout of Through the Field lends itself to several design applications and rooms in the home.
Through the Field is digitally printed on vinyl then mounted onto solid wooden MDF frames and covered with a thin layer of laminate that allows the print to be easily cleaned with Windex and water. All the wall hanging materials needed for installation are provided. Suitable for contract projects. Available in 20-In. X 20-In. only.
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This item is only available in 20-In. X 20-In.
Material(s): Vinyl, MDF
Dimensions: 3 Panels each: 20" W X 20" H; Total width: 60"
Manufacturer: Elementem Photography
Elementem. Cutting edge photography in triptych form. For the nature enthusiast.
Elementem Photography was started by Jonathan Duek and Lawrence Clingman in March 2010 to do one thing: bring incredible images into peoples' homes. The market for home decor has largely been filled with low-end canvas/giclee prints and high-end limited edition photography and art, neither of which add the color, durability, size or style that the modern customer wants.
Elementem works with photographers and graphic designers around the world to create a product that is captivating. They use the finest printing material that highlights the vibrancy of the colors of the images. Elementem mounts their prints onto wooden MDF frames to provide durability and laminate the prints to make them easy to clean. Elementem prints provide the customer with a product that fulfills their need for quality, size, affordability, and uniqueness. Elementem was begun with a focus on the triptych as an ideal form for landscape and nature art.View other products from Elementem Photography