Unique Yellowstone Art Prints Benefit YPF
Renowned contemporary artist JD Miller has created unique prints from his colorful oil paintings of Yellowstone. These textured prints on canvas look amazingly like original oil paintings. Proceeds from the sale of the prints benefit the work of the Yellowstone Park Foundation (YPF).
JD Miller created two paintings -- Old Faithful Geyser (below) and the Lower Falls from the perspective of Artist Point (right) -- "live" in the lobby of the Lake Lodge at YPF's 1872 Society Friends Weekend event in 2011. Delighted event guests and other park visitors watched the creative process unfold. The paintings were auctioned that weekend, with all proceeds generously donated by the artist to YPF.
These two beautiful works of art are now available as prints, created through a special process. First a giclee print, a high resolution scan of the original painting, is created on canvas. Then the print is hand-embellished to add Miller's signature 3-D texture. The finished product looks virtually indistinguishable from the original painting.
The finished product is a 24" x 30" canvas mounted on stretcher bars, ready to frame, and numbered. The print can be hung as-is for a contemporary look, or framed with your choice of frame.
The cost of the print is $385, plus $45 per print for standard FedEx ground shipping within the continental U.S. $200 is tax deductible as a donation to YPF.
Prints can be framed before shipping for an additional charge. Please contact Sarah at YPF at 406.586.6303 for framing options.
About the Artist
JD Miller combines painterly chromatic expression with a sculptor's physical application of paint to create multi-dimensional images on canvas. The result is an emotional explosion of 3-D sculptural oils, rich in light, form and color, which create a unique mood and signature ambiance.
Traveling extensively throughout the United States, Jamaica, Costa Rica, Cayman Islands and Mexico he creates everything from expressionistic landscapes to abstract reflections of the human spirit. In October 2004, he founded the “reflectionists,” a group of artists whose work mirrors the positive power of life and the universe.
His reputation has increased dramatically in recent years, as recognition of his 3-D oil technique has become widely acknowledged by both artists and collectors alike. Miller presently works out of his studio located in Samuel Lynne Galleries, his gallery in the design district of Dallas, Texas.
All images courtesy of JD Miller