A Dream Come True.
Polish artist Piotr Fafrowicz makes "illustrations for books that don't exist." Simply look at his paintings and your mind begins to spin equally colorful and surreal tales to go with them. Fafrowicz's paintings often feature oddly angled buildings, inspired by the centuries-old architecture of the Polish village of Kazimierz Dolny, now an artists' colony where he shares a cottage with his wife.
"I love the innocence of my town," he says. "I try to capture the exceptional beauty of its Renaissance-style buildings, forested hills, and the down-to-earth attitude of its people in my paintings." In this piece, Piotr transforms his tranquil hometown into a hyper-saturated dreamland that is preserved and replicated in a series of high-quality collectible giclee prints.
This pencil signed collectible art print (unlimited edition, sequentially numbered) is expertly printed in North Carolina on fine art archival paper made in Germany since the 15th century. Dream is available either framed or unframed. The frame is hand-assembled in Oregon and consists of Durian wood, a Malaysian fruit tree whose lumber is harvested after its fruit bearing life and recycled into a frame. While the lumber from old fruit trees is reused, new trees are replanted in the fruit orchards renewing the fruit bearing cycle. This art piece is mounted on an FSC-certified and conservation quality matboard. The framed art piece comes ready to hang (wire hanger), the unframed art piece comes mounted, matted and safely protected in a clear bag.