This is a fine art quality, archival print mounted with Ph neutral
adhesive on salvaged scrap wood. The wood is approx 1" thick. The image depicts the North Beach
neighborhood of San Francisco.
It has been coated with three layers of a clear matte permanent, protective coating, but do be mindful of the damage excessive sunlight or moisture may cause.
The original is drawn with graphite and painted with Acryla-Gouache on scrap pressboard.
This print is on the lovely Epson Ultra Premium Presentation Paper with Matte finish. This paper is archival grade and acid-free.
I printed it with the help of my Epson Stylus Photo R2400, using VivaChrome inks and please trust that I take my time with each print to ensure its quality and proximity to the original artwork.
I have drilled a small hanging hole in the back of the piece, so it sits flush against the wall when hung.
Illustrations and photography © Chantal deFelice
Purchase of print does not entitle buyer to reproduction rights.
All rights reserved.
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A Southern California native, Emilio Villalba received his BFA from the Art Institute of California in 2006, and his MFA in Painting from the Academy of Art University in 2011. He currently lives in San Francisco where he teaches at the Art Institute of California and Cogswell College.
Sarah Joncas was born in 1986 and grew up in both Hamilton and Niagara Falls, Ontario. Her interest in the visual arts developed at an early age, starting with the dedicated drawings of dinosaurs and lizards. Eventually the study and enjoyment of working from existing images stirred up the need in Sarah to create images of her own; ones that could reflect the world, yet also appease the personal feelings/ideas that she maintained. With this, her direction changed gradually from the world of animation, towards a path in fine art. Sarah graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design’s BFA program. She currently resides and works out of Toronto, Canada.
Edith Lebeau is a Canadian artist based on the north shore of Montreal, Quebec. She spends most of her time painting in her studio with her Evil cat named Jack. For some time, Lebeau lived in the countryside, surrounded by fields, forest and a distant horizon line. Lebeau tells stories through the portraits that she creates. She paints strong female figures and intricately pairs them with fauna and flora elements that are facing their own insecurities. She draws inspiration from her own experiences as well as from nature, pop culture, movies, music videos, fairy tales and various mythologies. Her works has been exhibited in Montreal, Berlin, Rome, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Francisco and New York among other cities.