Do you feel something when you look at this? Yeah, that is the magic of abstract art that is created by skilled artists. You don't have to know anything about art to see that Emily Kepulis knows how to create emotive abstract art with ink and watercolor that looks good on any wall!

 

PRODUCT INFO:

H 14" x W 11"
Printed on 100% cotton archival paper
 

"Exodus" by Emily Kepulis

$80.00Price
  • INSTA: @emilykepulis

     

    Emily Kepulis is a painter living in Portland, Oregon. She graduated from Portland State University in 2015 with a BA in drawing, painting, and printmaking. With a background and avid interest in both the visual arts and creative writing, her work is influenced by the interaction between these two mediums and their ability to create illimitable meaning.

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