Epic Art 'Vins et Liqueurs' by Graham Reynolds, Acrylic Glass Wall Art
"Vins et Liqueurs" by Graham Reynolds printed on crystal clear acrylic glass. Graham Reynolds trained as a technical illustrator and re-toucher. In the 1980s, he had success in the film industry making cinema and video releases posters. His Indiana Jones poster, approved" by Steven Spielberg, was among the many posters he produced. Graham also had success in car illustrations where he worked with big companies such as Ford, Mercedes, Toyota, Shell, Texaco, and Esso. From there, he discovered landscape illustrations and was hooked. He gains inspiration from his countryside home where he creates impressionistic, oil paintings. Graham"s technique and attention to detail are what makes him one of the best photo-realistic illustrators in the world. Acrylic wall art looks amazing in your home or business. Printed on the back of the acrylic giving it depth and easy maintenance. The super durable and hard-to-damage qualities make it the ideal wall art for hotels, rental properties, and restaurants. Now Epic Art brings it to you at unbelievably low prices making it very affordable 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. For small sizes, mounting brackets and padded bumpers will be attached for simple hanging. For the larger sizes, pre-drilled holes and fitted metal standoffs are included for easy wall installation.
High gloss wall art printed on high quality clear acrylic glass
This modern art with vibrant colors and extraordinary depth comes ready to hang with already mounted hanging plate or metal standouts depending on size
Digitally Licensed Print, Artist: Graham Reynolds
Printed on the back of the acrylic giving it depth and easy maintenance
Being an artist is no an easy job, They spend countless hours trying to perfect something that only they are able to see in their minds. Creating something that never existed before is not a simple task.