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Holiday Gift Box-Autumn Dream Day- Mark Sussinno
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Fly Fishing box-Autumn Dream Day - Mark Sussinno


 The Kelsey Fly Fishing box-Autumn Dream Day - Mark Sussinno is a small solid  pine chest that shows a fishing scene by Mark Sussino on giclee canvas side and front panels, signature of Kelsey’s Collections family of chests and products that combine great art and function. Solid New Zealand Radiata pine frame and top with a hand rubbed laquer finish with panels on all four sides to which giclee* canvas art prints are stretched and glued, each print having 3 coats of UV inhibitor to protect and embellish the crispness of the art. The art is secured under exclusive licenses with world famous and well recognized artists. Perfect size for fireside use for fire starter kindling, evening newspaper, magazines or for collectibles, fly boxes, golf balls, paraphernalia; just a multitude of uses. It is a “catchall” box, a dittee box, a quick clutter remover, and it fits nicely under most hearths, so we could call it a hearth box. Dimensions 18” by 12” by 12” Weight 8.5 # Some assembly required. Easy to assemble in less than ten minutes *Giclee – An art curator term which denotes the highest quality printing process. The process is unlike ordinary printers. The pigments, not inks, are richer and produce a print that looks almost like the original painting. Most people have to look several times to see it is only a print. The original painting has to be scanned with a high resolution scanners, producing a digital file often several hundred megabytes in size so that every brush stroke is captured and then reproduced.



Artist Mark Sussinno

Additional notes on Mark Sussinno  - He likens his painting in the following words... "suggesting the sense of light and space of the shallow-water aquatic environment, but I also feel the need to present the fish themselves such that they are recognizable to the average fisherman, who is most familiar with how a fish looks when it is out of water. When painting fish (either in oils or acrylics), my main focus is on creating an interesting abstract arrangement of shapes, colors, textures, and patterns, which I hope will also convey a more or less convincing impression of an underwater scene."

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