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"Living Life" is an inspirational framed artwork. This artwork features a prominent image of the Living Tree and a verse entitled "Living Life" by the exceptional artist, Bonnie Mohr. No glass is needed to protect this artwork, which features an attractive textured finish from a rolled on acid free acrylic polymer coating with UV protection to resemble a framed canvas look.
Bonnie Mohr original design
Natural wood highlights add to the beauty and depth of the framed art
Hardwood frame is keyholed in the back for ease in hanging
No glass is needed to protect the artwork reducing the possibility of shipping damages and broken glass in the home
Textured Artwork with a 'rolled on' acid free acrylic coating to create a canvas painting effect
UV protectant coating protects artwork from fading
Proudly Made In the USA
Bulb sold separately
About the Bonnie Mohr Collection
Since beginning her journey of canvas, brush and pigment in 1988, rural American artist Bonnie Mohr’s art has grown into a breadth of work that touches every aspect of the look, the language and the sentiments of rural America. She and husband John raise their five children on a dairy farm near Glencoe, Minnesota, where she balances a busy family, a business and her heart’s desire, to create artwork that captures the heritage and lifestyle that she loves.
Bonnie has earned her well-deserved reputation as one of America’s most eminent painters of rural America and the domestic animal. Mohr’s self-taught artistic skills blend realism with an innate sense of color and design, making each original a classic work of art.
Bonnie has been filmed for national TV Shows, including US Farm Report with Orion Samuelson and her most recent segment on PBS TV’s “America’s Heartland”.
Bonnie Mohr is just a farm girl who packs an enormous love for painting her passions, straight from the heart. “Through my work, I hope you will feel a sense of inspiration, find special meaning in ordinary day-to-day events, and sense a connection to rural America”.