Originally an oil-on-canvas-painting, this print of an amazingly colorful New Jersey sunset bring both a sense of energy and peace to your bedroom with its strong and brilliant palette. We recommend pairing this with a modern bed frame.
About the Artist
Susan Sanders-Rosenberg specializes in vibrant, highly saturated landscape and sky-scape paintings. Her pieces are all inspired by places she has lived and/or visited. She would like to remind you to look up more often.
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Bring the beautiful paintings of Susan Sanders into your bedroom design when you choose her artwork for your custom headboard. Susan Sanders-Rosenberg’s dynamic images are a collection of her experiences and exploration of personal and optical perspective. Painterly brush work in pieces like Texas, New Jersey Sunset and Connecticut transitions between expressive sweeping gesture and calming, subtle shifts in light. Dream-like use of color, scale and perspective amplify Susan’s unique way of seeing, Up in Back and Across the River-Vermont. Inspired by places she has lived and visited that hold special meaning for her, the vibrant, highly saturated landscape and sky-scape paintings showcased on the NOYO Headboard capture time, movement, and reinterpret space.
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