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Dianne Bartlett Art

Overacting Disorder - Abstract Canvas Print or Acrylic Print

Regular price
$88.00 USD
Regular price
$88.00 USD
Sale price
$88.00 USD
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Each person sees something different in abstract designs as our minds try to make sense of it. To me, this painting has a hint of the ocean depths and a nod to mid-century colors in decor. But, you may see something else entirely. I see some drama and disorder, as well and have named it: Overacting Disorder.

Print of original abstract painting on canvas by Austin artist Dianne Bartlett. Timeless art to add a conversation piece to your living room or a splash of color to brighten up a bedroom.

Giclee printing with high quality image using fade-resistant ink designed to last more than 100 years. Any watermarks will be removed before printing. Each order is professionally reviewed before shipping.

Canvas is custom made on Premium Fine Art Matte Canvas ~1.5 inch thick wood for a real gallery look. Canvas print will be delivered to you "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails. Please note that all sizes are approximate - allow for variations.

Acrylic option offers a dressed up, modern feel. A back float mount, floating frame on the back is invisible when hanged and will give the impression that the art is floating away from your wall.

You may hang the art horizontally or vertically by changing the hanging wire or simply hanging the piece from its sturdy frame. That way, your artwork will look great over beds, buffets, dressers, entry tables, sofas, couches, and more.

Please be patient with shipping times. These are not printed overseas, but they ARE made to order, so it takes a little longer than buying mass-produced art. Rest assured, you will have a unique piece of artwork that was worth the wait. Thank you in advance for your kindness!

Our print service plants one tree for each print you purchase. Working with Trees for the Future, donations help plant trees with rural communities in the developing world, enabling them to restore their environment, grow more food, and build a more sustainable future.