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Artist: Marci Rule

Augusta #11 - White Dogwood - Original

White Dogwood #11, par 4, 505 yards, is located at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Host to the annual Masters Tournament during the first week of April. It is the start of “Amen Corner” and the wind is often a factor. You need a big drive to get to the top of the hill before the fairway begins to bank right and then finally banking slightly left.  Rae’s Creek rests on the left side of the green and instills fear into players as they hit their approach from the fairway. Birdies are very rare on the 11th hole! This original was painted in oils on a 24” x 36” canvas that wraps around 1.5” stretcher bars and is not framed. I was commissioned to paint this scene to use for reproductions as off-set lithographs to sell around the nation in retail stores, including Golf Galaxy. I now offer this image on fine art paper, canvas and metal. The original is currently at a gallery in Pinehurst, North Carolina.  If interested in the original, please contact me!

About Canvas

I use 1 ½” stretcher bars with the image wrapped around the sides so you can hang without a frame. If you would like to frame your canvas art, please let me know in the contact information and I will stretch on ¾” bars. Same price. All canvas art is ready to hang.

The Canvas we use is a 22 MIL, 400 GSM Poly-Cotton solvent canvas and is archival certified, OBA-Free. Urth (Can you add a trademark symbol after this? Couldn’t find it.) is the world’s first solvent canvas with archival certification. It is specifically designed for the high-end fine art market and utilizes “Chromata White” optical brightener additive-free and Fluorescent Whitening agent-free breakthrough technology. “Chromata White” gives the most stable platform on which to print fine art works without the metamerism issues or color shifts issues inherent on other canvases. Optical Brighteners compromise the attainment of true color, they complicate profiling accuracy, and they inevitably deteriorate and yellow over time. Ever noticed how a print can look identical under one light source, yet show remarkable differences in color when viewed under a different light source? This problem is “metamerism’. When OBA’s are used in inkjet media, the metamerism exacerbates exponentially. Because this product is manufactured OBA-free, you are assured that your print will look consistent under different lighting conditions.

Back view of a canvas piece