"A House For Emily" by Kiki Sciullo

"A House For Emily" by Kiki Sciullo

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02/12/19.

“A House For Emily” is an edition of 100 archival prints by Kiki Sciullo. Sized to fit a standard 10"w x 8"h frame, the artwork measures approximately 7"w x 5"h. The prints were created by Tiny Showcase and ship with corresponding certificates of authenticity. The archival artwork has been printed on a heavy 290gsm natural white print making paper made from 90% bamboo fibres and 10% cotton.

The original piece is acrylic and pencil on paper.

Available with custom matting. Please allow an extra 2 business days for processing.

Available hand-framed in maple with archival mat and glass by Vermont's Joel Taplin of Taplin MFG. Framed artwork is archivally matted and hung with UV-protective glass. The hand-made frames are made from locally-milled wood with inlaid splines in each corner for added strength. Please allow three weeks for the completion of your custom, hand-made frame.

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Kiki has chosen Save the Bay as this week’s charity. $200 from the sale of her artwork will be donated.

“Cleaning up and improving Narragansett Bay:

Once choked by raw sewage and dying a slow death from industrial toxins, Narragansett Bay is now making a strong comeback. More people than ever before are able to swim, fish, sail and enjoy the waters of Narragansett Bay. In fact, the cleanup of Narragansett Bay is a national success story. But our work is not done.

Relentless suburban sprawl, coastal development, and other human impacts continually threaten to roll back decades of environmental progress. Rapid climate change is undermining the health and resilience of the Bay, its watershed and coastal Rhode Island. State and federal government agencies empowered to protect the Bay are increasingly starved of resources and political support necessary to enforce environmental laws.Today, polluted runoff, excessive nutrients, accumulating toxins, overfishing, declining biodiversity, warming sea temperatures, and coastal inundation all represent urgent perils that demand our attention.

With the help of our members, supporters and volunteers, we can continue the ongoing cleanup and improvement of Narragansett Bay for generations to come.”

Meet the Artist: Kiki Sciullo

"Kiki Sciullo is a  graphic designer, product designer, and artist with almost 20 years experience. Kiki is always looking for creative adventures and collaborations whether it be public art, installations, illustration, branding and beyond.  Her work can be seen around Providence, Rhode Island in the logos and designs she has done for, Cluck!, Féte Music, Armory Animal Hospital, The Compost Plant, and Genuine Fred products in stores internationally. Kiki lives and thrives in Rhode Island with her husband, rescue dogs, and a very sassy cat."