Stevens 'Granny Splash' Art

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Stevens 'Granny Splash' Art

Stevens 'Granny Splash' Art

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Roderick Stevens 'Granny Splash II' Gallery Wrapped Canvas Art 12"x32"

Gallery wrap is a method of stretching an artist's canvas so that the canvas wraps around the sides and is secured to the back of the wooden frame. This method of stretching and preparing a canvas allows for a frameless presentation of the finished painting.

About Roderick Stevens

Internationally collected, award winning artist, Roderick E. Stevens II was handed his first set of oils at the age of seven and his love for painting was promptly born. Initially his works followed more abstract expression since well . . . he was only seven. In high school, he began exploring realism, and simultaneously discovered acrylics which seemed to better accommodate his impatient nature.

Early on however, film making grabbed his attention, and cinematography became his career of choice, nudging painting to 'occasional hobby' for many years. In 2004, a cataclysm of turmoil sent him back to the palette for some personal focus and his talents re-emerged. Since then he has traveled the country in art shows and galleries sharing his contemporary, photorealistic paintings and has quickly garnered critical praise and numerous awards.

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Roderick Stevens 'Granny Splash II' Gallery Wrapped Canvas Art 12"x32"

Gallery wrap is a method of stretching an artist's canvas so that the canvas wraps around the sides and is secured to the back of the wooden frame. This method of stretching and preparing a canvas allows for a frameless presentation of the finished painting.

About Roderick Stevens

Internationally collected, award winning artist, Roderick E. Stevens II was handed his first set of oils at the age of seven and his love for painting was promptly born. Initially his works followed more abstract expression since well . . . he was only seven. In high school, he began exploring realism, and simultaneously discovered acrylics which seemed to better accommodate his impatient nature.

Early on however, film making grabbed his attention, and cinematography became his career of choice, nudging painting to 'occasional hobby' for many years. In 2004, a cataclysm of turmoil sent him back to the palette for some personal focus and his talents re-emerged. Since then he has traveled the country in art shows and galleries sharing his contemporary, photorealistic paintings and has quickly garnered critical praise and numerous awards.

Select a style from the drop-down box.