The watermark in the lower right corner of the image will not appear on the final print.
10.00" x 7.00"
10.00" x 7.00"
And You Will See Wood Print
by Hew Wilson
And You Will See by Hew Wilson - 10" x 7"
And You Will See wood print by Hew Wilson. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).
Inspiration came from a wonderful elderly couple in Ethiopia that I met while doing a humanitarian trip. They were sitting in line patiently waiting... more
3 - 4 business days
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Inspiration came from a wonderful elderly couple in Ethiopia that I met while doing a humanitarian trip. They were sitting in line patiently waiting for an eye exam among thousands of others there in the village. Hew creates drawings by simplifying the figurative structures, layering pastels and wrapping it all up with ink. The final step of the process is adding words in partnership with the drawing to achieve an emotional connection and instill a conversation of thoughts for the audience. All images are copyrighted ©2018 by Hew Wilson. All rights reserved. The use of any image from this site is prohibited unless prior written permission from the artist is obtained.
About Hew Wilson
"Wilson' style is incoherent and it is neither contrived nor learned." David Hickey, American Art Critic. Have a conversation and never walk away thinking, "Oh, that's nice." Hew Wilson's passion for art could be blamed on the summer art & craft classes she attended in the early 70's. Ideas are generated from her travels along with old family photos. As a result, her artwork has found its way across the world in private collections, exhibits and galleries. Her unique signature method involves simplifying the figurative structures then combining an original process of layering using various painting techniques as finger painting, spray painting and traditional brushwork. The final step is adding words in partnership with the piece...