Canning Kitchen - BETH GROVE
About the Wall Art:
Beth began her career as an artist in the greeting card industry and eventually joined Carol Wilson Fine Arts, Inc., a publisher of stationery and gift items, where she worked as a staff artist for 15 years. Her decorative style is achieved by creating watercolours using traditional drawing and painting techniques, and digitally adding contemporary design elements. “I find the subtle relationships of colours to be the most exciting part of creating art.”
Cleaning your canvas wall art can be done in 4 easy steps:
1. Get a clean washcloth or soft brush. Make sure the cloth you use is clean so that no dirt transfers to your canvas print.
2. Gently run the cloth on the problem area of your canvas wall art. Using too much force may damage the canvas. Going in soft, circular motions is the best way to treat the item.
3. Once you’ve dealt with one problem area, be sure to clean the washcloth before moving on to the next. This is to avoid any staining. It is recommended to use another clean part of the washcloth for the next spot that you will clean.
4. After cleaning the wall art, you must then let it dry completely. When it dries, you have a ready to hang canvas print once again.
Be sure to avoid direct sunlight and moisture so that you don’t cause damage to your canvas wall art.
Shipping and Delivery:
You can expect your package to reach your shipping address within 7-14 days from when you placed your order. Art Goat also offers free shipping for packages within Australia. For damages, refunds, and returns, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.