"The first in the new Paris Romance series featuring scenes from the most beloved cities of France. This painting features the Eiffel Tower, also known as "The Iron Lady", for which I named it."
12"x17" on 13"h x 19"w (with white border) print on canvas, unframed. Signed and numbered #1-100 on front.
The next best thing to owning the original, it is hand-embellished with UV protectant finish and ready to be framed or stretched. This is museum quality printing on genuine canvas, which I hand embellish myself. The UV varnish gloss sets the colors in and gives it a gloss shine finish, protecting it from UV rays, dust or water. Each of my limited editions are hand signed and numbered myself, in the corner of the piece.
The colors may vary from monitor to monitor. It's details and color are much more vivid than my pro scanner can manage to display, so you will be pleased when you see this in person!
Each print is packaged carefully in a cello bag and mailed in a bend-proof cardboard mailer. I ship WORLDWIDE. Fees will be applied according to your location.
Self-propelled by both ambition and furious inspiration, Natasha Wescoat began selling her work online at age 22. Through the use of Social Media and auction sites like eBay, she began her art career. Since 2004, over 1000 original works have graced private and corporate collections worldwide and Wescoat has garnered attention from high profile studios and classrooms around the world.
It is because of her unconventional approach to marketing and promoting her art that she has been able to support herself for over 5 years and been approached to work with shows like ABC's Extreme Makeover Home Edition, a Lifetime Channel original movie and the blockbuster film, Marley & Me. As part of Abrakadoodle's artist of distinction program, Wescoat's work is being taught in schools nationwide.
Natasha is active in a variety of groups, donating work to worthy causes like Social Media For Social Change, Twestival and the Black Card Circle Foundation. In 2007, Natasha was named "Emerging Artist and Trendsetter" by Art Business News, the largest trade publication in the U.S. In February 2009, the artist exhibited her work at the Ritz-Carlton. Her art continues to be requested by significant players in the entertainment and new media scene. Her licensed art is now becoming part of merchandise around the nation, being found in stores like Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond and Aarons Brothers art and framing.