There Are Always Flowers

This inspiring illustration features a quotation from painter Henri Matisse.
created by

Kimberly Ellen Hall

$38.00 - 90.00

created by

Kimberly Ellen Hall

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Flower Power

Great artists often have inspiring insights on how to see the world. Modern master Henri Matisse once said, "There are always flowers for those who want to see them," encouraging the search for beauty, no matter what your surroundings. Kimberly Ellen Hall's print celebrates this artistic adage with Matisse's words surrounded by a border of boldly beautiful flowers. Ready to hang, the print makes a fitting gift for any creative comrade in need of a fresh perspective. Designed in Philadephia; printed and framed in Portland, Oregon.

Meet the illustrator - Kimberly Hall - on the blog!

Kimberly began a daily drawing practice to help appreciate the things around her. She is inspired by Maira Kalman's belief that a painting is truer than a photograph, and applies the idea to drawings, as well. Kimberly studied textiles at Central St Martins in London, and has traveled the world while creating prints and patterns in publishing, fashion and art.

Read a Q&A with Kimberly.

Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
acid free matboard, archival paper, BonanzaWood®, archival ink
Measurements
Framed: 12" L x 15" H; Unframed: 11" L x 14" H
Ingredients
Item ID
27133

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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 7/24/2018.

At this time, this item cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes or to APO/FPO or US Territories. Contact custom@uncommongoods.com with any questions.


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I ordered the unframed version because the framed version looks like it hides some of the print around the border and I want to find a frame that will display the entire print. It's very pretty and is perfect for someone like me, who is always admiring weeds by accident!

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Exactly as Pictured

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I ordered the "There are always flowers" picture without a frame. It arrived on time, looks exactly as expected, seems to be thick quality paper, and fit exactly into the frame I ordered given the dimensions provided online. I have no complaints or further comments becausee it looks identical to the image on the site...

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