Under the Lilac Tree Art Print
“She smelled of dusty libraries and unwound clocks, salted sand and rain riding on the first rays of dawn. And lilac. ” – Courtney M. Privett
- "Under the lilac tree" is printed on 100% cotton rag, acid-free, archival paper so it will last for years to come if protected properly
- This illustration looks super pretty in a gallery wall and is also gorgeous with other pieces from the Amongst Flowers collection (pictured here with A Thousand Sunflowers)
- 11×14 in (28x35 cm) vertical image, which is super easy to frame
- All illustrations are shipped in a flat protective sleeve (2.5 oz./28.3 grams) so they get to you in one beautiful piece
Print of an original marker drawing. Printed in the USA
The cost of shipping in the United States is $5 flat rate. A flat rate of $12 applies to orders shipped to Canada. All orders to the United States for $75 or more are free.
Illustrations are shipped unframed in a flat protective sleeve to ensure they arrive beautifully and in one piece.
Do you do custom work?
I'm not doing any custom work at this time.
Do you ship outside of the U.S.?
I currently only ship within the US, all APO addresses, the UK, Australia, and Canada. For THE UK, AUSTRALIAN, AND CANADIAN ORDERS, please note that I am not responsible for any customs/duty fee.
What sizes are the prints?
Most of the illustrations measure 11x14 inches, a standard size so you can easily find a frame for them (or 27.94 x 35.56 cm everywhere else in the world).
What is the piece printed on?
The art print is printed on acid-free, heavyweight paper so you will be able to enjoy it for years (if protected properly).
So drawings are digital?
The marker pieces are prints of original drawings. They were originally drawn by hand.
Amongst Flowers - Women Celebrating Themselves and Nature
While the Amongst Flowers collection also celebrates womanhood, the main difference between it and the other collections is that it was created as a hybrid of two of my favorite things - beautiful flowers and beautiful self-confident women. Before becoming a full-time artist I was a Landscape Architect and I have always wanted to find a way to showcase both professions. Amongst Flowers not only requires me to sketch out the composition of each drawing but I also need to research the flowers, study them, and illustrate them (sometimes for the first time). You see flowers in drawings, but what I see is an amazing culmination of experiences that I have acquired over the years.