“West of Lincoln” for Collectors

All prints are from original artwork by Ruth Chase

In 2017 the West of Lincoln Project opened at Venice Arts Gallery to a crowd of over 400. The project was more than two years in the making and involved over 300 participants, each of whom was chosen to convey different perspectives and a broad spectrum of experiences. Like Chase, these subjects grew up and attended school in Venice. Chase worked in ongoing collaboration with each individual to create painted portraits reflecting both the subject’s life growing up in Venice and the powerful insights that arose from this street smarts.


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“West of Lincoln” $70.00 
Giclee Print – Limited Edition of 100 – Signed & Numbered

  • Image size 16 x 20″ with  2″ white border, outside dimensions 28 x 34″
  • Signed by Ruth Chase
  • Epson Cold press watercolor
  • Signed and numbered by artist
  • Only 100 printed
  • Comes with certificate of authenticity
  • $70 + S&H + tax = $85.95

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“West of Lincoln” $150.00 
Giclee Print – Limited Edition of 50 – Signed & Numbered

  • Image size 24 x 30″ with 2″ white border, outside dimensions 28 x 34″
  • Signed by Ruth Chase
  • Epson Cold press watercolor
  • Signed and numbered by artist
  • Only 100 printed
  • Comes with certificate of authenticity
  • $150 + S&H + tax = $172.75

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by Ruth Chase 2000 size
“West of Lincoln”
Original painting is an acrylic on canvas
48 x 60″,  2017, by Ruth Chase

 

 

 

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About the Author Ruth Chase

Ruth Chase is primarily a project based artist whose award winning series, West of Lincoln Project, probed into the lives of individuals who grew up in Venice, CA. She is a California-based painter that uses biographical portraiture to communicate stories of compassion, and valuable insight that promotes positive social change. Her work includes the use of social media in her creative process to stimulate conversation around human value, as well as engaging the public to actively participate in the final outcome of her work.