Dwelling Place Art PrintMallory McCamy
Dwelling Place is a landscape piece that is a step in a new direction for Mallory. The thick textured brush strokes and neutral tones are characteristic of the artist’s style. Mallory is inspired by the beautiful landscape of the Rocky Mountains and a deep respect for nature.
This piece is a heavily detailed depiction of a mountain landscape, filled with different species of native grasses. You can almost feel the movement of the grasses swaying within the wind. The colors represented in this print are a near perfect match to the original. We work very closely with Mallory to make sure that you are pleased with your purchase.
This glicee print is based on an original gouache on wood panel painting.
This archival ink jet print is produced on watercolor paper, a selection choosen by the artist to best match their original. With proper care and a beautiful frame, this print will surely last a lifetime.
This print uses Moab Entrada paper, an archival quality water color paper. This was chosen by the artist to best capture the effect of the original. The prints will come with an approximately 1/4" white border to make framing easier. Frames are not included with your print purchase.
Final prints may be cropped slightly compared to the product image due to the various size options having different ratios. Color matching is not gauranteed since color displays differently from monitor to monitor.
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Dwelling Place by Denver artist Mallory McCamy is a beautifully rendered piece, full of exciting details to bounce your eyes around. These beautifully natural tones and delicate brush strokes are translated perfectly onto our finest watercolor paper with a 1/4 in border. The original painting was shown in Lucky Lab Gallery's debut show Nearly Neutral.