12″ x 14.25″ Framed Art Card
by Artist Micqaela Jones
Is It Spring Already?
We’re still sleepy and hungry! Who dares to wake me from my snooze?
Hey Boo Boo!!! Where’s my picnic basket?
These Art prints feature Authentic Indigenous Art
Art image sizes vary up to 5″x 7″
Small Framed and Matted Art Cards are printed on heavy cardstock paper
The 6″ x 9″ image is double matted and framed with a 3/4″ inch black frame
Finished size is 12″ x 14.25″
The artist’s biography appears on the back of the frame
Artist Micqaela Jones’s beautiful artwork can be found in many different products, such as Art Cards, Art Prints, Mugs, Plates, Journals, Calendars, Planners, and more!
AUTHENTIC INDIGENOUS ART
The artist or copyright holder has been paid a royalty for the sale of this product
MATERIALS & FRAME:
Paper: Heavy cardstock paper
Frame colour: Black
Matte colour: White
Double matted & framed in a modern composite frame
Frame measuring 12″ x 14.25″
Saw-toothed hanger mounted on the back of the frame
Each framed art card comes with corner protectors
Image Size: 9 x 6 in (22.9 x 15.2 cm)
Finished Size: 13 x 10 5/8 in (33.0 x 27.0 cm)
Framed Size: 14.25 x 12 in (36 x 30 x 2 cm)
Framed Weight: 829g
Printed & Made in Canada
Artist: Micqaela Jones – Te-moak Tribe of Western Shoshone Nevada
Cultural Background: Te-moak Tribe of Western Shoshone Nevada
Micqaela grew up on the Duck Valley Indian Reservation of the Shoshone and Paiute Nations located 100 miles northeast of Elko, Nevada on the Idaho border. Her youth was filled with rich visual experiences, days spent hunting, fishing and enjoying the beauty of Nevada’s outdoors with her sister and two brothers. It wasn’t until later in life, as a young adult, that Micqaela began painting and showing her art at various art shows around the country, like the Santa Fe Indian Market, Eiteljorg Museum Indian art Market, Autry Museum Los Angeles, Cherokee Art Market, Red Earth Market as well as several Museum Shows and solo exhibits.
Today, Micqaela continues to work on new ideas, new paintings and new techniques. Her work has evolved into an intertwining of her Shoshone culture along with contemporary expressions, resulting in colorful vivid paintings.
Unique Indigenous Art Print