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Laura Wilder The Gloaming II Limited Edition Matted Block Print is one of a handmade, hand-signed edition of 191 prints. "On a cold winter walk, I passed this storybook house, and had to take pictures. This print tries to capture the enchantment of that warm, brightly lit house in its snowy twilight (“gloaming”) setting." Image size: 6.5" x 9". Matted size: 11" x 14".
When Laura discovered the designs and philosophy of the Arts and Crafts movement, she learned printmaking, and submitted her vintage-style block prints to the Roycroft Renaissance Jury who certified her as a Roycroft Renaissance Artisan, and soon elevated her to Master Artisan. Twenty years later, she continues to make block prints and paintings inspired by the beauty in nature, the Arts and Crafts Movement, and the sweet, simple things in life.
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