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Kelsea Chatburn / Korean Street Food

$80

Kelsea Chatburn is a Toronto-based watercolour artist, known for her vibrant paintings of Los Angeles and Asian street food markets. Drawing inspiration from her personal travels and childhood in the California desert, Chatburn’s work delivers a sense of happiness in the form of appreciation for cultural details of a subject. Kelsea's paintings offer a diverse exploration of shapes and colours that are associated with fond memories of travel.

A spread of duk boki, dumplings, kimchi fried rice and the like. This piece is known to (temporarily) satisfy your craving for Korean food. The subtle accent colours make this piece as dynamic as it is sentimental. This is a work of art that will add warmth to a space — the same warmth associated with enjoying your favourite meal amongst great company. 

Pictured here in our collector sizing.

  • SMALL: 8” x 10” print; 11” x 14” frame; 2” mat
  • MEDIUM: 10” x 12” print; 14” x 18” frame; 2” mat
  • LARGE: 12” x 16” print; 16” x 20” frame; 2 1/4” mat
  • COLLECTOR: 16” x 20” print; 20” x 24” frame; 2 1/4” mat

Open edition.

The work comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the Founder of Tacit.

Archival ink on museum-quality enhanced matte paper.

All frames are custom made locally in Toronto by a fellow female-owned business, using high quality wood imported from Italy. Frames are equipped with 50% UV-blocking glass, as well as acid-free backing board and mat to protect your artwork.

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