This is an etching by Beki Killorin or two ducks. We framed this etching with 3 mats, two of them textured, and rustic red/brown frame to match the color of the etching. $430 17" x 18"
Waiting in the Wings
This is an etching by Beki Killorin. Beki's birds have always been very popular because of the way she captures the essence of the birds. This piece has a fantasy feel to it with the birds merging into one another. We framed this with two texture mats and a red rustic fillet. We used a rustic/formal frame to top it off. SOLD. Can be ordered.
Crayon Moon & Balanced Grace
These pieces are sold as a set and are giclee prints by Beki Killorin. Beki's birds are truly beautiful and have an elegance about them that only she can capture. These pieces are floated on a black mat with a Conture spun platinum mat floated around them. We added a red thread wrapped around the top mat to give the appearance of the piece continuing off the mat. They also have a blue/black frame with gold elements on top. SOLD. Can be ordered.
Blue, Red, Green, and Purple Fish
These four etchings by Beki Killorin are sold as a set. Each piece makes up a whole, as the fish are going around the gold foil sun in the middle. We framed each with a color to match the corresponding fish with a silk mat on top and gold foil frame to finish it off. SOLD. Can be ordered.
This is a limited edition by Beki Killorin. Her watercolors are really amazing. We framed this with a threaded double mat, floating the top mat and the picture. We then framed the piece in a black rubber tree leaf frame. It was a favorite among customers! SOLD
Beki Killorin, received most of her training in art in her home state of Oklahoma. Twenty-five years of artistic growth through the mediums of oil, ink, acrylics, collage and watercolor led her to take a major step into printmaking in 1982. The technical challenge of this medium, combined with her already well-defined skill as a professional artist, provided a positive avenue for printmaking as a full time career. Beki’s original prints have been represented by Island International Artists since 1982.
Stepping into the new century added yet another dimension to her portfolio. With the technical advancements of computers came a process of printing known as giclee. This process generates a print that is technically superior to most other types of reproductions. Archival treated pigmented inks and fine art rag watercolor paper are used to produce these prints.
With some hand embellishment on each one, this process has enabled Beki to expand the horizon of her watercolor imagery into the national marketplace.Beki’s style provides a contemporary look to familiar subjects that brings a unique life and spirit to each piece she produces.
We can order limited editions and other originals by this artist.