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Ruth Palmer

<p>Ruth Palmer is an Edinburgh, Scotland native who now lives in Calgary, Canada and paints contemporary abstract works of art. Her work is influenced by Christian-based spirituality and Manet’s impressionist works. Palmer’s art has a unique way of connecting the painted form to the viewer’s soul, making it popular in the print design market and hospitality industry. Her original paintings are also in private collections in Canada, the U.S. England, Scandinavia, and Australia.</p>

<p>Contemporary abstract painting of slatted colorful bars in a chevron pattern pointing down.</p>

Bring high quality wall art into your home or office with a canvas print that will never warp or sag. Our solid faced canvas prints are 1.25” thick and feature a sealed, finished back and pre-installed hanging hardware. It’s designed to hang tough and is super easy to display. Explore our framed canvas print options for an eye-catching accent.

Long-Lasting Color and Detail

<p>Our giclée canvas wall art prints are reproduced with high quality, UV-resistant, environmentally-friendly, latex inks and artist grade, polycotton canvas. We pride ourselves on color accuracy and image clarity to ensure your new canvas print lasts for years to come.</p>

Clean Corners and Finished Back

<p>Our solid faced canvas prints feature a patented, warp-resistant design that produces outstanding gallery wraps. These 1.25” thick wrapped canvas prints also include a sealed, enclosed back to keep out dust and protect your walls.</p>

Lightweight and Easy to Install

<p>Install your stunning new wall art in just minutes with our pre-installed sawtooth hanging hardware and easy-to-manage lightweight design. Even though they're light, our rock-solid construction boasts long-lasting durability.</p> <p>Featured image: <a href="/view/sunshine-and-love,2790040/?ref=pdp-feature">Sunshine And Love by Nikki Chu</a>.</p>

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