Laura Wilder is an enthusiastic artist whose style fits perfectly into the aesthetic of the Arts & Crafts movement original and rekindled.
Originally a typical college art major, she first worked as a commercial illustrator and graphic artist. At some point she was exposed to the work of the masters of the Arts & Crafts movement and she was stunned and exhilarated she had found an aesthetic that fit her personal style.
So she struck out on her own producing a series of block prints depicting "Artisans at Work". Soon she was drawn into the Roycroft Renaissance movement and Laura is now a Roycroft Renaissance Master Artisan.
Laura recently introduced her Dog Breed Series of Giclee Prints. These prints start with a commissioned pet portrait. With the client's permission, Laura then scans the portrait and reproduces that image using a museum quality giclee ink-jet print system.
The giclee Dog Breed prints include a 2" matte surround and the prints will fit nicely in your favorite 11" x 14" frame.
Laura also offers her prints framed in quarter-sawn oak with mitered corners.
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