At this year’s West Coast Art & Frame Expo, renowned custom-framing company Larson-Juhl launched Brushstrokes—a technology that captures the essence of artists’ originals and recreates oil-on-canvas and acrylic paintings in 3-D.
“This is a passion of mine, and to see the overwhelmingly positive response at West Coast Art & Frame was amazing,” said Mario Mazzone, Larson-Juhl’s business-development manager. “People get excited when they see our Brushstrokes pieces, and it continues to elevate my enthusiasm for the technology.”
According to Mazzone, Brushstrokes enables art aficionados to enjoy the look of an artist’s original brushwork without the high cost. Larson-Juhl acquired Brushstrokes Fine Art, LLC in 2013, and Brushstrokes recently partnered with the Thomas Kinkade Company to produce its new Impressions Collection, a line of impressionist and other plein air works.
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