Seahorse Ink 5 wood print by Amy E Fraser. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).
Seahorse Ink 5 by Amy E. Fraser is part of the Seahorse Ink collection featuring one of a kind abstract seahorse designs hand drawn with bold black... more
Seahorse Ink 5 by Amy E. Fraser is part of the Seahorse Ink collection featuring one of a kind abstract seahorse designs hand drawn with bold black ink on bright white archival paper.
Amy E. Fraser’s Seahorse Ink series is an impassioned tribute to the beauty and magic of our beloved Animal Kingdom. The Seahorse Ink designs are inspired by old world folk art culture and influenced by conventional woodblock and linocut printmaking methods. The result is a winning combination of the traditional mixed with Amy’s signature style of contemporary whimsy, creating fun and fabulous seahorse motifs that are uniquely modern.
Sophisticated designer elegance with a whimsical seaside flare.
Seahorse Ink 5 by Amy E. Fraser. The Seahorse Ink collection of black and white seahorse portraits are created from the artist’s intense connection to and love for all creatures great and small. Hand drawn in pen and ink. Medium: Sharpie Markers on 110 pound archival acid free cardst...
About Amy E Fraser
Amy E. Fraser is a Fine Artist, Photographer and Baker. She creates in her home studio nestled in a beautiful wildflower meadow, surrounded by enchanting wildlife, deep in a magical fairy tale forest. When Amy is not drawing, painting or sculpting she can be found wandering the forest, photographing nature, tending to her garden or practicing the fascinating craft of Sourdough baking.
Amy has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design and a Masters of Arts and Liberal Studies from Dartmouth College. Fraser has exhibited her work throughout the United States and has pieces in the archives of The National Museum of Women In The Arts and The Smithsonian, Archives of American Art, both in Washington, D.C. Fraser's paintings,...