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Custom Illustrated 18x14 3D Home Portrait, Framed and Matted


Product Description

Celebrate the beauty of your home with a custom-illustrated home portrait enhanced with a unique "3-D" cut-out effect applied by the artist himself.

This novel presentation is delivered to you ready to hang, in a 2" wood frame and mounted in a 2" matte and behind glass.

The illustration is hand-painted from any photograph of your home and will be a treasured, one-of-a-kind piece of art that will be a conversation piece for years to come.

Illustration measures 18" wide x 14" high.

Allow two to four weeks for delivery.

About the artist:

"My mother was an artist and I was inspired by her miraculous ability to take a blank canvas and create it into a work of art. My father, a house builder, had the remarkable ability to sketch buildings and house plans.

"I used to doodle on anything that I could find, from a piece of paper to a concrete sidewalk. I tried numerous times enrolling into art classes, failing or dropping out each time. Until one day I realized that these classes were trying to teach me techniques that I didn't feel comfortable with. I started drawing what came naturally to me; when I see these buildings I see them as others do, but from my eyes to my hand I interpret these structures different on paper, as you will notice in the work.

"Over the years, family and friends would tell me that the drawings were really good and that I should continue to draw more. My inspiration came one day when my older sister found a doodle of a city that I created in 1985; that and the fact that the family just returned from Italy in 1999, made me start drawing again."

-- John Veteri


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