Monets lily pond at giverny

Monet's Lily Pond at Giverny

Piece description from the artist

Edouard Monet was one of the most beloved French Impressionists, and the subject of hundreds of his paintings was his lily pond at his Giverny gardens in the suburbs of Paris. This huge mural-size photographic collage captures his pond in 2011, full of impressionist color in archival Giclee inks on stretched canvas. You may not be able to own a Monet, but you can own his most famous subject. It is also a portrait of my 16-year-old artist daughter Amelia, who appears in several places in the photograph. 60" high x 78" wide (in two 60" high x 39" wide sections), with a one-inch gallery wrap, ready to hang. LImited to an edition of 40, and prices will go up as supplies dwindle.

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About Steve Farley

Tucson, AZ

Steve Farley took his first photograph with a Kodak Instamatic at the age of six. He has traveled the world ever since, finding engaging imagery everywhere, and bringing it back to us. Steve creates his large-scale photographs by digitally collaging many zoomed-in images to increase detail and reveal changing colors, movement, and angles.

Steve is also the public artist who invented a way to convert photographs into glazed ceramic tile murals using a process called Tilography. His work has been exhibited in Los Angeles, Dallas, Norfolk, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, San Jose, Fort Lauderdale, and many other locations.

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