Framed digital print by Jacqueline Diesing. The print features an original illustration of the National Theater, in downtown Detroit. Giclée print on archival quality, acid-free 310 gsm Bright White Hahnemuhle German Etching Cotton Paper. Matted in black and framed in a rich reddish brown frame, made from reclaimed pine.
Print Measures: 12 inches tall x 16 inches wide
Outer dimensions, including frame: 19 inches tall x 23 inches wide
The picture frame has been handcrafted in a women-run wood shop in Detroit. Mutual Adoration uses locally-sourced reclaimed wood, environmentally responsible paints and wood stains, and American-made hardware. Each frame includes glass and backing board. There are keyhole slots on the back of the frame for easy, secure hanging.
Made in Ann Arbor, Michigan
* Woman Owned Business
Jacqueline Diesing graduated from University of Michigan with a B.S. in Architecture and currently lives in Chicago, where she works as a full-time architect. Jacqueline continues to be inspired by old homes and buildings and creates mixed-media drawings using freehand micron ink and soft pastels.