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North Carolina Watercolor Print

North Carolina Watercolor Print

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Product Features


  • North Carolina watercolor print
  • Measures 8x10-in on medium weight linen paper with added metallic gold accents.
  • "North Carolina " written in script on the print.
  • Packaged in a plastic sleeve with a cardboard backer ready for framing

About the Artist:

I'm Whitney Winkler, a watercolor and ink artist from the heartland of the US. I currently call Memphis, TN home. I have a steady, gem of a husband, three kids, and kitten named Stanley. I have always loved to create. I've been a songwriter since I could talk, and I’ve always been a bit heavy-handed with the glitter, if you know what I mean. My sister calls me the "more is more" girl, and it couldn't be more true. As I've grown, I am learning that more of most is more, and that sometimes restraint is the loveliest. I've always been passionate about beauty and truth. To me, the combination of those two elements is unstoppable, and can be found in my print lines with themes of home, elements of nature, and the intricacies of life's relationships. Painting has come along later in life for me. I am finding that it is a way to question and answer; express complexity of emotion, and settle into the raw creative process. I always walk away from a paint brush energized and refreshed. My love of beauty draws me primarily to the design aesthetic of art. My favorite design elements are the modern and whimsical. I am drawn to nuanced color combinations, paired with loose brush strokes and ink bleeds. Soft and clean lines are best when paired. I love bold and feminine; neutral and geometric. An extrovert at heart, I am most inspired when in community. I want my (and all) art to be a spring board for the good of a broader collective, and a boost to the individual heart to boot.