History Print : Bianca Stone
History Print : Bianca Stone
History Print : Bianca Stone
History Print : Bianca Stone
History Print : Bianca Stone
History Print : Bianca Stone
History Print : Bianca Stone
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History Print : Bianca Stone

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This artwork is available as an individual metal print measuring 12x12 inches or as part of the 'endless frame magnetic framing system.' 

- The Endless Frame system is a unique framing system that incorporates a beautiful wooden frame available in four versatile finishes. This frame acts as the base for the interchangeable metal prints that attach magnetically to it thus creating a seamless finish.

-Metal prints are available with holes for hanging or without holes.

These prints are made in collaboration with one of our artists ‘Lauren Kimball’ and are produced in our united states atelier. All metal prints are produced upon purchase, meaning that they are made just for the individual purchasing them. Thus, produced in a sustainable approach, to eliminate and reduce American over-consumption. Each piece is cared for as it’s own artwork and is taken through solicitous steps to be presented to the consumer.

Each metal print goes through a special heat transfer process that burns the image into the metal creating a unique enamel finish that is artwork that is durable and long-lasting. 

Artist Note:
I can’t put a time when I became an artist. Was it when my favorite part of camping was painting on rocks when I wasn’t even in school yet? Was it when my mom told me I was? Was it after my first portrait? Or the first piece sold? The scary question to ask: am I an artist yet? The pieces I make represent a realm of stories and feelings that play in my head, and while I wish I could say each painting or print has a deep meaning, the truth is I just wanted to create something that emulates things of beauty. Old, new, ink, color, women, men, abstract, or real. I enjoy the glamour in diamonds and the simplicity in lilies. I tear up at people embracing and how big the sky is. To recreate them with my own hands? What a humble gift I’ve been given.