Custom Made Botanical Watercolor

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Custom Made Botanical Watercolor

from 125.00

Made to order - I'll draw and watercolor a 4 in. x 6 in. visceral flower just for you. Nine to choose from and you can even select the color! This very limited-time offer (I'll only be able to make a handful and send them out in time) will be signed, sealed and delivered in time for holidays. You choose:

  • Type of Flower
  • Main Color
  • Type of Frame
  1. The ready-to-hang framed option comes with a high quality wooden frame,  archival (acid-free) 8 ply museum mat board and UV protectant optically pure-grade Plexiglass (better than glass).
  2. Or choose to have it professionally matted with archival (acid-free) 8 ply museum mat board - outside dimensions conveniently measure 8 in. x 10 in. so that you can easily pop it into your own, standard frame.
  3. Just get the custom watercolor drawing and provide your own damn frame or simply duct tape it to your wall.

 

Once added to your cart you will be prompted to choose your flower type and color. 

Want more than one? Email me and we'll work something out.

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Working from life at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 2017.

Working from life at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 2017.

Scott Teplin has exhibited world-wide in museums and commercial galleries since 1998. His work is included in the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art (NYC and San Francisco), The New Museum, The Walker Art Center, The New York Public Library and several universities including Harvard, Yale, Stanford and California College of Arts and Crafts. He has exhibited work at PS1, The Bronx Museum, The Drawing Center, The New Museum, the Brooklyn Museum of Art and The New York Public Library. His commissioned work is on permanent display as a mural on PS130 in Brooklyn and in the lobby of the new Johns Hopkins Children’s Hospital in Baltimore. He has been featured on numerous occasions in pages of The New York Times, Art Forum, Art in America, Art News, Salon.com, The Huffington Post, Artnet, High Fructose, Juxtapoz and on NPR's Weekend Edition. 

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