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TRANSPOSITIONS 2024 Year at a Glance on Premium Matte Paper Calendar with Hanger

TRANSPOSITIONS 2024 Year at a Glance on Premium Matte Paper Calendar with Hanger

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Our minimalist wooden hangers are made with four magnetic wooden dowels, two that clamp to the top of your print and two that clamp to the bottom to give a vintage look and feel. The poster is made with heavier-weight white matte paper that has a natural, smooth uncoated finish that feels luxurious to the touch.

While the poster and hangers are packed separately in one box, final assembly is required. Don’t worry; it's a snap to put them together!


Features: 

  • The hangers are made from pine and come in natural wood, white, black or dark wood.
  • The cotton rope attached at the top matches the hanger color. 
  • Designed magnetically, the hangers do not damage the poster and also makes it easy to switch prints, making it a versatile and durable option.
  • The 200 gsm / 80 lb paper weight makes it durable and long-lasting.
  • FSC-certified paper and hangers or equivalent certifications, depending on regional availability. It’s better for the people and the planet.
  • Each poster and hanger is shipped in robust packaging, ensuring it arrives in pristine condition.
  • Paper sizes may vary slightly by region. For the US and Canada, the measurement is in inches, while for the rest of the world, it is in centimeters.


ABOUT THE PAINTING PRINT ON THE CALENDAR:


Transpositions, acrylic on canvas, 20 x 20 IN.


To transpose means to change the relative position or order, cause to change places, interchange. I don’t know how many layers I put in a piece. The paint just gets thicker and thicker. On the sides of the piece, you can feel the indentations and buildout where the canvas is lost and the paint has taken over its shape. What excites me about this process is the unveiling. Even though the entire piece has the same wash upon wash, each space and the way it reads takes on a whole different character. There’s an echo in the colors because they are the same but the sections have their own, unique personalities. When I first finished this piece I thought about doorways and different portals. When I looked further into it, I realized it wasn’t about possibilities but present states of being. So, to name it “Transpositions” seemed most appropriate to honor the process of its creation.

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