Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Signed "Match Girl" Poster Art Print

Sense of scale next to me and the original mosaic and paiting.
This newly released 'Match Girl' Poster Art Print allows the fans of my mosaic art to have a signed print of one of my most beloved mosaic art pieces at an affordable price. The mosaic image is 12"x9". It is printed on 100lb satin cover stock paper, size 14"x11, leaving a 1" border all around. The print is titled and signed by me under the image. Click Here to Buy

All the prints are packed in a protective plastic.

Each print is titled and signed in pencil by me.
This print fits perfectly and looks best in a 20"x16" Matted Gallery Frame that fits a print that size while slightly covering the white border while displaying the title and signature. A frame like this can be sourced at most frame shops. The one in the photo is from 'Room Essentials' at Target for $20. Click to see reference shopping link here.

We have an economical frame/matting suggestion to help you display your print beautifully and make it look its best.  You can use the suggested frame dimensions to custom frame your mosaic if you choose.
*Disclaimer: This is an unlimited edition poster art print. This means that it is not numbered. We are offering this option for those who are looking to have an image signed by Kasia. For those wanting a Limited Edition Archival Print of 'The Match Girl', please email Kasia to be added to the waiting list. We will be releasing the Limited Edition Artist Print in the Summer of 2016. It will cost $100 plus shipping/handling. It will come with a certificate of authenticity and a suggested frame option.

Match Girl, stained glass mosaic on board, 40" x 30" (42"x32" framed), 2011
This mosaic is inspired by the imaginary spaces I built in my head while experiencing a familiar childhood story. Being a story architect in the magical place which is our mind can be extremely creative as there aren't any rules you have to follow. In the upper left hand corner (inside a room, among the apartment buildings) my mother is reading the story to my two sisters and me. The orphaned child in the story is out on a cold winter day, selling matches. No one is buying them though. It is so cold that the little girls starts burning the matches to stay warm. As my mother approaches the sad ending of the story - an ending I've heard before - I leap out of the room landing in the story. Though I am too late the last match has been lit. All that is left of the little girl is a shadow surrounded by light, as her soul ascends to heaven.  To view the full blog post about this mosaic, click here: http://www.kasiamosaics.com/2011/06/match-girl.html

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