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Image size: 11.125"x18.5", Paper size: 16.125"x23.5"
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Blue Hercules Beetle, Insect Series - Limited Edition of 25 Print

Cherie Sinnen

United States

Printmaking, Archival Inks on Paper

Size: 11.1 W x 18.5 H x 0.1 D in

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About The Artwork

Drawn to organic forms my inspiration comes from nature. As a child I was mesmerized by butterflies and ladybugs, and I liked to observe ants and fuzzy caterpillars. At the same time I was fearful of insects that moved too quickly or might sting. Once I started painting them, though, my fear of certain insects turned into an appreciation of their important ecological role, and to this day insects of all kinds are one of my favorite subjects. Blue Hercules is one in a series of natural history insect paintings with a modern approach. Backgrounds with gradating acrylic washes contrast with the intricately detailed realism of each insect. The art was created using acrylic paint on paper in combination with digital medium. Image size: 11.125"x18.5", Paper size: 16.125"x23.5" Limited edition prints are hand signed and sequentially numbered by the artist. Each print includes a signed Certificate of Authenticity. Printed on 100% cotton, acid-free, Epson Signature Worthy fine art paper using Epson archival pigmented inks. The print comes rolled in a crush-resistant telescoping tube.

Details & Dimensions

Printmaking:Archival Inks on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:25

Size:11.1 W x 18.5 H x 0.1 D in

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Cherie Sinnen was born in the southeastern corner of Wisconsin. She moved to New York City after winning a four-year fine arts scholarship to the prestigious School of Visual Arts, one of 25 scholarship recipients nationwide. Four years later she moved to Los Angeles where she began working as an illustrator creating food, botanical, and insect images for notable clients such as the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Williams-Sonoma, Santa Monica Seafood Company, Scientific American Magazine, Bumble Bee, and Deutsche Bank, among others. Cherie’s intricately detailed paintings are created by combining traditional acrylic painting with digital rendering. Her work has been seen in jury selected publications such as Communication Arts Magazine, The Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, 3x3 Show, and Creative Quarterly Magazine. Cherie's studio is currently based in Long Beach, California; A stones throw from the Pacific Ocean where she lives with her husband and their two dogs.

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