Epic Art 'Crest' by Dennis Frates, Acrylic Glass Wall Art

"Crest" by Dennis Frates. Dennis always marveled at photographs in National Geographic, Sierra Club, Audubon, and others. He tried out photography at age 14 but put it down soon after. He lost confidence after seeing his photography skills are so far away from the professional ones. Years after receiving his master’s degree in landscapes and ecology, he had an epiphany on his trip fishing on the Madison River of Montana. “When I get home from this fishing trip, I’m going to start shooting pictures professionally.” He knew then that he wanted to bring emotion to his life and others. Thanks to this epiphany, his photographs made it to the pages of National Geographic, Sierra Club, and Audubon. Acrylic wall art looks amazing in your home or business. Printed on the back of the acrylic giving it depth and easy maintenance. The highly durable and hard-to-damage qualities make high definition acrylic the ideal wall art for hotels, rental properties, and restaurants. Now Epic Art brings you unmatched value in contemporary wall decor for your home as well. From small sizes to extra large sizes, it is easy to hang, won't shatter like glass if it ever falls down, and is easy to maintain. Simply dust it off or use a damp soft cloth for cleaning.
  • High gloss wall art printed on high quality clear acrylic glass. Acrylic is shatterproof and easy to clean - giving you years of worry free enjoyment.
  • Modern art with vibrant colors and extraordinary depth comes ready to hang with a mounted hanging plate on the back
  • Officially Licensed Digital Print, Artist: Dennis Frates
  • Made in USA
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