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Wine Cabinet | Big Red | Jill Neal

$149.99


Wine Cabinet showcases and stores wine and glassware with solid radiata pine construction. Famous artwork is giclee-printed on canvas side panels which provide a unique decorating touch of art that enhances the product and reflects your home-decor style. The licensed art is from among the World's Best Selling and Recognized Artists a lot of which is exclusive to Kelsey’s Collection for these products. The frame, top, and racks are solid New Zealand radiata pine with a hand stained and hand rubbed rubbed medium reddish brown finish, that is then protected with a  lacquer coat and top coat.. The art is giclee printed on canvas with three coats of UV inhibitor to protect against the sunlight and thereby extend the longevity of the art. The canvas is then glued onto panels and inserted into the frames. The overall dimensions are 33” by 22” by 11.5” Net weight 20# Three racks each holding 5 bottles.  Shelf, and stemware holder.  Estimated assembly time – 20 minutes - Jill Neal  subject matter - Big Red Kelseys Collection is where "Great Art & Function Meet"

 We have been after Jill Neal's work for well over a year.  Here is a little bio on Jill, whose women, she says, are "WILD BUT TASTEFUL".  That's what I used to use as my description of my taste back in my salad days, if I had any taste at all.

Jill’s education includes a Bachelor of Art, in Art from Oregon State University as well as graduate studies in sculpture with Frederick Lipman at Portland Sate University. She exhibits extensively in galleries and participates in many Art Festivals throughout the Northwest, and is represented in many private and corporate collections. Jill was recently the featured artist for a curated show at the Millard Sheets Gallery in Los Angeles.

“Having a degree in sculpture, and having spent hours of life drawing and sculpting, I want to use my formal training to emphasize the female form, exaggerating the feminine with the use of shape, color, and body language, capturing the spirit and humor of women, from a woman’s perspective.

 


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