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  • On Friday, July 13, 2007 at the Magnificent Mile Art Festival in Chicago, Illinois, Stephanie Stanley introduced a limited edition set of lithographs and giclee prints of her popular Sawgrass, Blues and Fleur Duece textured oil paintings.

    These fine prints were developed in response to Stanley fans who wanted smaller-scale reproductions of Stephanie's highly successful large format canvas works. Each print is hand-signed and numbered by the artist and comes with a Cerificate of Authencity as well as the Stephanie's biography. Collectors typicially place these documents on the back of the print to document its history.

    Stephanie Stanley Litho Signing Chicago 2007

    Chicago residents and visitors alike loved the new series and supported Stephanie's new medium. Chicago's reception of Stephanie's fine art prints exceeded all expections. Thank you Chicago!

    Stephanie Stanley Chicago Introduction Announcement and Biography(pdf format)

    Stephanie Stanley Litho Signing Chicago 2007 Stephanie Stanley Litho Signing Chicago 2007
    Blues 26" x 20.85"
    Lithograph 500 total limited edition $300
    Giclee 300 total limited edition $500
    Fleur Douce 24.25" x 23.75"
    Lithograph only
    500 total limited edition $300
    Stephanie Stanley Litho Signing Chicago 2007
    Sawgrass 26" x 20.85"
    Lithograph only
    500 total limited edition $300

    Confused about Giclees vs Lithographs? While there are many variations, lithograph lovers tend to favor a flatter, smooth glass-like look. Most people would mount a lithograph under glass (invest in museum or glare free as it is the best to use especially if your artwork is going into an office enviornment where glare can be a problem). A giclee fan tends to go for the more painted, "canvas look" with some texture in the surface and more often than not will frame the print but not cover it with glass.

    Stephanie Stanley Artworks can arrange to have your fine art prints framed, however, custom framing to your personal space is available in most areas. A local framer can work with photos of your home or office and your print to help you pick the best possible frame and glass combination to meet your unique enviroment!

    For more information, contact Jamie Barile at 305-942-6628 or via e-mail Jamie@StephanieStanley.com

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