Almost Morning by Ed Anderson


. Giclee on Canvas, Open Edition
Dimensions: 36 x 72
Release Date: 1-2017
Code: EAN001GIUSN3672
Edition Size: Open
Issue Price: $850.00

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. Open Giclee Poster
Dimensions: 36 x 72
Release Date: 1-2017
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. Giclee on Canvas, Open Edition
Dimensions: 24 x 48
Release Date: 1-2017
Code: EAN001GIUSN2448
Edition Size: Open
Issue Price: $375.00

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Dimensions: 24 x 48
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. Giclee on Canvas, Open Edition
Dimensions: 18 x 36
Release Date: 1-2017
Code: EAN001GIUSN1836
Edition Size: Open
Issue Price: $215.00

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Dimensions: 18 x 36
Release Date: 1-2017
Code: EAN001PRUSN1836
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About The Artist

Ed Anderson is a contemporary fine artist and former Air Force officer transplanted to the mountains of Idaho from Minneapolis. His style has evolved from a lifetime with art and architecture. Bold lines and bright colors have come to define his compositions. Most days you can find Ed in his home studio overlooking the Boise River on the eastern edge of town. It is an experience. You can usually find him painting to blaring music or beating the strings on an acoustic guitar. Probably you’ll catch spirited twin daughters running in an out. In fact, if you do visit and it’s quiet, it probably means he’s off somewhere exploring in his Jackson kayak with his Boykin Spaniel, Mootie. Ed strives to catalog Americana. His subjects are derived from vast experience in the outdoors, where Ed spends much of his time. Additionally, his extensive travels push him to investigate things unique to his country. Today he may be working on a landscape at his No Business Lodge, or be on the flats in Florida trying to chase down a Tarpon for a photo. Tomorrow he could be in the chutes sketching the moment a bull tears out with a rider on his back. Then again, you could find him in the mountains, bugling in an elk to 25 yards. No matter where he may be, Ed is trying to capture his experience with his gestural style.

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