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Artist Wanted: Merged city landscape art piece for home

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  • #41470
    Powerchelle
    powerchelle
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    Hi, I am looking for a local artist to create a merged city landscape piece for our dining room. Preference is manipulated photography or photorealistic alternative. Wanting high resolution for a large-ish space: width 67″, height up to 30″. I drew a quick and dirty wireframe of the concept. Please let me know if you are available and interested. We’d love to have something to hang for my birthday in July!

     

    wireframe

  • #41477
    Anna Macrae
    Anna Macrae
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    https://annamacrae.com/portfolio-viewer?collection=86720#lg=1&artworkId=2026313

    I have this piece – an abstract version on Seattle – Columbia Tower, stadiums, cranes, piers

  • #41587
    Anastasia R.
    Anastasia R.
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    Hi! I have this painting. If you would like I can sell a digital copy so you can print it or original which is 36″ x 12″. We can also create something personalized for you! I’m also a graphic designer so I can do photo manipulation.

    acrylic on canvas

     

     

    • #41593
      Powerchelle
      powerchelle
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      Cool, I’d love to hear more about the photo manipulation. Do you have the software and tools to create the large piece we are requesting at high resolution? That’s what I don’t have at home.

    • #41594
      Anastasia R.
      Anastasia R.
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      Yes, I have Adobe Photoshop. So I can create any size of images. You can email me at [email protected]

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