Desert Cacti of the Southwest

Travel the stark and sunny southwest desert whenever you like with Renee Leone's watercolor painting.
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Renee Leone

$145.00 - 300.00

Renee Leone created by

Renee Leone

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Desert Dreaming

Travel the stark and sunny southwest desert landscape whenever you like with Renee Leone's vibrant print. Featuring the region's iconic natural beauties, this piece is part of Renee's collection that creates a visual travel journal of iconic natural sceneries. Paired with a white-washed wooden frame that complements this geographic composition, her signature geometric watercolor patterning captures not only the brilliance of each succulent and cactus but also their surroundings, the mood, and the feeling of the region. Hand signed and numbered print in a limited edition of 250. Print made in Chicago. Frame made in the USA.

Check out Renee Leone's other Regional Tree prints: Redwoods of the West Coast, Maples of the North Atlantic, Birches of New England and Aspens of the Rocky Mountains.

Renee Leone

created by

Renee Leone

location

Illinois

created by

Renee Leone

location

Illinois

Renée Leone's vibrant geographic watercolor paintings offer entrancing vistas as seen through the artist's eyes and felt through her heart. Part visual travel journal, part diary, her collection of images represent chapters of the Chicago-based painter's life, culminating in an artistic journal depicting the places she has been and the experiences she has encountered along the way. She combines her affinity for the geometric patterning used in textiles, mosaics, and stained glass to create personal home, nature, and building portraits that depict not only what she saw in a particular location, but, more significantly, what she felt.

Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
artique matboard, plexi-glass, archival paper
Measurements
Unframed: Paper size: 11" H x 14" W, image has a 1-2" border; Framed: 17" H x 21" W
Notes
The stained hardwood frame is white-washed maple; the black frame is BonanzaWood®. Both frames are made in America. The unframed option is not matted.
Item ID
42175

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