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Harmony in Pink Eco Canvas Print

Harmony in Pink Eco Canvas Print

Regular price $51.20 USD
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Harmony in Pink was inspired by the interplay of different musical instruments that creates a beautiful harmony. The way that all the different notes and sounds merge together to create one musical piece, these different tones, shades and textures come together to form a piece. Textures and patterns reference parts of the instruments, like strings and buttons. The color pink denotes the feeling of joy that comes from listening to music.

  • Made entirely from recycled plastic bottles and
  • Stretched over a lightweight, recycled frame,
  •  Even the packaging is made from 100% recycled content
  • Print size in the styled room images is 16"X24"

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    I’ve always been attracted to art that mixes different prints and when I first saw Dipti’s work, I was immediately drawn to it. What makes it more special is the fact that she upcycles magazines, used boxes and other materials that would otherwise end up in the trash. I have two of her work hanging on the wall in my living room and they never fail to bring a smile to my face every time I see them.

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