This winter scene captures the warm welcome of a cabin in the woods. Two Whitetail deer are in the distance and your name is individually personalized on the welcome sign as a part of the image.
Each personalization is created as a permanent part of the image. Your personalization will not look like a stamp or afterthought as is uniquely adjusted by our designers to align perfectly on the sign. Since each personalization has an artist's touch, previews of your names are not available. See the personalization detail (third image) for an example of the style and look of the personalized names.
"A Cozy Evening" is available in two size options as a framed canvas or traditionally framed under glass.
Under Glass: (First image) Published on fine art paper and framed under glass in a contoured plastic frame with a nice brown wood-grain laminate finish. Comes ready to hang and enjoy!
Canvas: (Second image) Published as a giclee on fine art canvas and finished in a solid wood frame with a black and brown two-tone finish. Framing is done in-house using acid free archival materials. Canvas prints are coated with a UV resistant spray and like all canvas art it does not require glass. Comes ready to hang and enjoy!
Every order is custom created by our family and team of artists in our Colorado studio. Please allow 5-10 businses days for this to take place. You can't rush awesomeness.
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