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ENTERPRISE NX-01 (XL 36" WIDE)

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ENTERPRISE NX-01 (XL 36" WIDE)

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ENTERPRISE NX-01 (XL 36" WIDE)

30.00

14" X 36"

Art Print

Heavy Weight 10pt Cardstock, acid-free

by artist: Charity Wood

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At 3 feet wide, this print is one of the largest paper prints that we offer and features the same extra wide size of 14x36” that is seen in Charity's other ship portrait print, “Boldly Go.”  This is Bye Bye, Robot’s first Star Trek: Enterprise print. It features a three quarter top view of the iconic ship as it banks through a turn and begins its journey. Charity’s signature style combined with the detailed rendering of the “NX-01” gives this ship portrait a unique feel. Utilizing deep rich colors and set atop a stylized star field filled with distant aqua colored nebulae, the ship stands out as the fearless space traveler that it is.

The image is achieved through an innovative technique of, what some may call, reverse painting. Charity begins her paintings on a black canvas, and paints everywhere except the "black lines."  This way, the lines aren't placed on at the end as you would normally think of "outlines," but rather, you are seeing the unpainted original black canvas showing through. It's a meditative process of protecting the areas that need to stay black yet letting loose the expressive brush strokes that are necessary for the energetic and striking background. You can read more about her technique on her artist's page.

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