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Oklahoma City Skyline with a slate background. Each of these prints in this series can be customized by changing the background color. IMPORTANT:... more
60" Diameter Not Including Tassles
Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.
2 - 3 business days
Oklahoma City Skyline with a slate background. Each of these prints in this series can be customized by changing the background color. IMPORTANT: Please contact me for color change before ordering. Use this link to see the color palate: www.fineartamerica.com/featured/skyline-series-color-chart-db-artist.html?newartwork=true
Brothers, Dean Caminiti and Brian Caminiti pursue their art in a wide diversity of media including print, wood, glass and electronics. Their work melds creativity with craftsmanship, forging new concepts from both unusual and traditional materials. Using their wide range of skills; Dean, having a background as a cabinetmaker, cinematographer, filmmaker, architectural illustrator and model maker, Brian, bringing his skills as a painter, cartoonist, sculptor and illustrator, they both continue to create uniquely definitive works of art. You can check-out their other custom reliefs and Lithophanes on their website by clicking on the blue "website" icon on the upper right hand side below email artist or go to DBArtist.com
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