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The Sorcerer’s Finale by Jared Franco

$150.00$845.00

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The Sorcerer’s Finale by Jared Franco

Featuring Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse from Fantasia

30″ x 24″ Limited Edition Canvas. Edition Size 195.

Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Hand-Textured Canvas. Framed version is a simple 1 3/16″ flat, black frame with a finished size of approximately 2 1/2″ larger than the image size. Gallery Wrapped is ready to hang without a frame. Choose Unframed for artwork as rolled canvas.

See BLACK FRAME 1 3/16″ here. Framing will typically add additional delivery time.

Contact us for alternative stretching and framing options.

Product Details
  • Limited Edition of 195
  • Includes a Certificate of Authenticity
  • Hand Textured Gicleé rolled canvas print using archival inks and materials
  • Part of the Treasures on Canvas Collection
  • Made in the USA
16″ x 12″ Gallery Wrapped Limited Edition Canvas. Edition Size 1500.
Limited Edition canvas artwork from our Treasures on Canvas Collection.
Product Details
  • Limited Edition of 1500
  • Includes a Certificate of Authenticity
  • Canvas print is “Gallery Wrapped” and ready to hang. The back of the artwork is affixed with a wire for easy wall hanging. (wall hook not included)
  • Gicleé canvas print using archival inks and materials
  • Part of the Treasures on Canvas Collection
  • Made in the USA

CV Art and Frame has access to a comprehensive collection of artwork by this artist. For additional details, please contact us at phone #: 317-873-2976 or email: info@cvartandframe.com

Jared Franco Biography

artist-disney View Artwork Here   

Artist’s Statement

I am a self taught artist, born in San Diego, CA. At just 3 years old I already knew all I wanted to be was an artist. It was rare to ever see me without a sketch pad in my hands. At 11 years old I idolized the masters like Michelangelo, Leonardo De Vinci, and Dali, who introduced me to the importance of studying anatomy. I then developed my passion for surrealism. I created a style of majestic images and story telling through my drawings.

All of this would come to a halt when I joined the Army and enlisted into the infantry. Through the constant training, lack of sleep, and 15 month deployment to Iraq, I always found time to draw. After I got back from Iraq, I discharged from the Army to pursue my dream as a full time artist.

I first chose to learn how to oil paint and immediately fell in love the second I picked up my brush and put paint to canvas. It brought my sketches to life in a way that made me never step away from my easel. Day and night I painted. To further my ability I would go to galleries to stare at each painting for hours. I would ask myself how they were created and closely study each brush stroke trying to imagine its purpose. Building my talent was all I wanted to do so that one day I could share it with the world. I wanted to create worlds that you could only imagine. Each painting isn’t just a picture but an experience.

Art… a place for your imagination, where magic is real and dreams come true!

 

Additional information

Art Size

12 x 16, 24 x 30

frame

Black, Gallery Wrapped, Unframed

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