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'Navy'

Fine Art Print

Night hikes and night rides are a summertime pleasure, especially on those days when it’s too hot to cycle or log miles. I often set out after midnight with starlight as my guide, following a route through the public rose garden on the way out of the city. With darkness enveloping everything other than what is illuminated by the moon, there is a serene intimacy, a sense that this garden is only mine, and these roses are just for me.

‘Navy’ is the flipside of the colorful abstract paintings in the ‘Summer Detours’ collection. While the rest of the series is focused on colours brought to life in bright sunshine, ‘Navy’ captures the charm and magic of a summer night. Instead of a wide-open view of a clear blue sky, attention is drawn to a narrow beam of light with faint, moonlit shapes in the background.

Created from the original abstract acrylic painting, ‘Navy’ adds a little bit of drama to wall decor. It would pair beautifully with ‘Sky Blue’ or one of the other colorful art prints from the collection. A curated pair of prints will create extra impact in your home!

Precio habitual $79.00 CAD
Precio habitual Precio de oferta $79.00 CAD
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Timelines

Prints ship 10-14 days after ordering. My specialist printer will create your abstract print to order on museum-quality Canson 310gsm bright white paper with archival pigment inks.

Hamilton pickup

If you are in the Hamilton (Ontario) area and would prefer to pick your colourful abstract print in person, please use the code HAMLOCAL at checkout to bypass shipping.

Sizes

Print sizes reflect the cut paper size. All abstract prints are created with a 1” white border. Prints are signed within the white border.

Custom Sizes

If you're looking for a specific size that does not appear here, please reach out to prints@susannahbee.com and I'll try to accommodate your request.

Materials

All my colourful Abstract Prints are beautifully created on museum-quality Canson 310gsm bright white paper with archival pigment inks.