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alicia degener -lil' + caesar - archival digital print on fine art paper

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alicia degener -lil' + caesar - archival digital print on fine art paper

from 120.00

Archival pigment print on fine art paper 

image size 30 x 20  with one inch white boarder over all size of paper 32 x 22

framed size 36 x 24

The framing option  includes a  2" white mat ,1 inch black or white wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.

This edition comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Degener and DAP.

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Archival pigment print on fine art paper 

image size 30 x 20  with one inch white boarder over all size of paper 32 x 22

framed size 36 x 24

The framing option  includes a  2" white mat ,1 inch black or white wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.

This edition comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Degener and DAP.

Alicia Degener is a native Detroit who studied fine art at Parsons School of

Design, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and The School of the Art Institute of

Chicago. A longtime Brooklyn resident Alicia paints the landscape of NYC but

continues to revisit Detroit where she discovered her love of representing the

patterns and details found in great, perhaps crumbling architecture and intricate

ironwork found in bridges. Architectural details such as corinthian

columns,cornices, friezes and anything kitschy Americana like roadside signs are

often explored in Alicia’s work. Degener combines literal representation with

abstract elements to focus on what she wants people to see she finds interesting

about a place. Brilliant and vibrant color combined with a wonky sense of

perspective bring movement to her paintings and a fresh view on city

landscapes. Unusual cropping and framing of images add to the overall look of

Alicia’s artwork. Degener often incorporate text and imagery she finds in street

signs to give a narrative sometimes ironic or humorous to her artwork.