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Framed monoprint on paper signed by Canadian artist, J. Slagboom (Jill) dated '80 and titled "Natures Undergrowth".

Jill Slagboom was born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. She majored in Art when in High School and continued her studies in the commercial art and graphic design field in Vancouver and Toronto. Jill was influenced by, and has studied with, such well-known artists as Herb Siebner, Kay Ratcliffe, Nancy O’Toole, and Bill West.
Jill’s work is unique in that she has developed a three-dimensional approach using a combination of painting and monotype to achieve realistic beach scenes and landscape effects. Using both, acrylic painting and Additive Mono-printing techniques, Jill creates realism and depth into her works.
This wonderful and rich toned monoprint signed by the artist and dated '80 would make a fantastic addition to any mid century teak furnished home.
Measurements are 20.5 inches in height x 19.75 inches in length.
Unframed 14 inches in height x 14 inches in length.
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Framed monoprint on paper signed by Canadian artist, J. Slagboom (Jill) dated '80 and titled "Natures Undergrowth".

Framed monoprint on paper signed by Canadian artist, J. Slagboom (Jill) dated '80 and titled "Natures Undergrowth".

Framed monoprint on paper signed by Canadian artist, J. Slagboom (Jill) dated '80 and titled "Natures Undergrowth".

Framed monoprint on paper signed by Canadian artist, J. Slagboom (Jill) dated '80 and titled "Natures Undergrowth".

Framed monoprint on paper signed by Canadian artist, J. Slagboom (Jill) dated '80 and titled "Natures Undergrowth".

Framed monoprint on paper signed by Canadian artist, J. Slagboom (Jill) dated '80 and titled "Natures Undergrowth".

Framed monoprint on paper signed by Canadian artist, J. Slagboom (Jill) dated '80 and titled "Natures Undergrowth".

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