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Fight of the Fatherlesss 10″x10″ fine art print

$30.00 (excl 4.8% Tax)

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10″x10″ fine art print, promoting orphan causes

Product Description

Created in effort to promote awareness of the millions of orphans worldwide for Orphan Sunday, this quality print of my mixed media original is meant to inspire the world to care for the children who are fatherless…whether through adoption, foster care, donating time or supplies or money. Let’s take care of these children!

The print reads: Take Up The Fight of the Fatherless — Isaiah 1:17″

This is a high quality 10×10 print on Sunset Textured Fine Art Paper. The print will arrive with a white border for easy framing. Printed using archival inks and paper. It will arrive signed and titled by me, the artist. This print comes wrapped in a cellophane bag and mailed in a rigid mailer. It is ready for gift giving.
I retain all rights to this piece. © This piece is copyright Kirsten Reed. The purchase of this print does not transfer reproduction rights. Feel free to share this artwork on your blog, but please credit my name and include a link. Please do not use this image for any other reason without obtaining written permission from me first.

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About the artist…My {Art} Story…

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 I’m not an artist. I’m an interpreter.  Observing the nuances and emotions of life and translating them with paint on to canvas.

When I was a little girl, I was in love with art. I found the smell of a new box of crayons intoxicating and loved getting my hands wet with finger paints! My favorite memories were coloring, painting and pressing beautiful flowers in books.

After spending many years writing professionally about and for other people, I felt a nagging emptiness and a need to create once again.  There was more I wanted to do creatively and I decided to first branch out with a blog – Keystrokes and Kaleidoscopes – to marry my love of words with my colorful need to create.

Suffering a personal loss with the death of our 2-year-old daughter years ago, I began healing by finding unexpected beauty in everyday life. I am intrigued by the simple beauty of life around me.

A  wildflower in a vase.

A weathered door to an old building.

A cotton field burning white in the hot sun that looks like a blanket of snow.

A deer that has seen unfolding nature created before his eyes.

A field going to sleep with the sun kissing it gently after a long day of growing. 

These things intrigue me and I want to tell their stories on canvas.

Hope, love, faith and goodness are recurrent themes in my works.  The bulk tends to be perfectly imperfect.  Many of my pieces are created with a palette knife adding organic layers of interest, the look of peeling paint and evocative texture.  I try to feel through my pieces as I paint them, creating an emotive scene or snapshot that stirs a soul.  Often times, I write prayers for the world on my first layer ~ sending my peace out in to homes and businesses.  Whether it’s through an abstract angel, a lone barn or a cheerful bouquet of flowers, I love to capture hope and beauty in our often dark and broken world.

Many of my pieces are purposefully upbeat and encouraging as I believe in coloring world by spreading joy and hope ~ as though emotions have rescued me.  I invite you to join me in my art adventure by exploring and capturing some of the magical kaleidoscope we get to call “life”.

Shipping Details

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Within United States (US) $6.00

Shipping Policy

All items are shipped from Spring Hill, TN via USPS or UPS.

Return Policy

Due to the nature of my item, no returns allowed. If a piece is damaged in transit, I will work with you on a credit or replacement.