Scripture Fish Acrylic Print
by J Vincent Scarpace
Scripture Fish by J Vincent Scarpace - 10" x 7.5"
Scripture Fish acrylic print by J Vincent Scarpace. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.
Scripture Fish from an original painting by J. Vincent Scarpace, Artist. The Christian cross is symbolic of the faith, the word, the scripture. This... more
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"Scripture Fish" from an original painting by J. Vincent Scarpace, Artist. The Christian cross is symbolic of the faith, the word, the scripture. This fish carries the fire, forward, with a message of harmony, peace, and life. Vivid colors, deep, rich contrast, and wonderful texture all play a role.
About J Vincent Scarpace
J. Vincent Scarpace, Artist. b.1971 Buffalo, New York Leaving much behind ... His life is consumed with a fascination of, and enthrallment with, the creative process. Well beyond artistic passion, J. lives the life of, and the ups and down (personally and professionally) of an artist. This is whom he is, stated simply. His every move is toward the furthering of his near-obsession with the creation of art via self-expression, at nearly all cost. Widely regarded as colorful, completely original, and whimsical, the original works of J. Vincent Scarpace, represent, in his own words, ďa personal journey through the use of basic of art elements: line, shape, and color - resulting in an arrival, just past experimentation, at unique works...
This is beautiful. I love this piece.
Lovely work, congratulations
Carol Allen Anfinsen
Energetic, colorful, symbolic. Beautiful! Congratulaltions on your sale!
Congrats on your sale, well done!!!
love the colors and loose style. Thanks for not making it realistic!