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Decorator Prints
Decorator prints by G. Marlo Allen make great gifts for the discerning animal lover. They are high quality reproductions available at affordable prices and represent a great value for the discriminating buyer.

The expressions and postures of dogs that the artist captures in her vivid pen and ink drawings are truly remarkable. The incredible detail involves many hours of intricate crowquill pen and ink strokes and captures the personality of individual breeds. As all pet owners know, each breed of dog has characteristics that make it special and different from all other breeds, and the artist captures that "special something" in her unique drawings.
G. Marlo Allen's early life was spent on a farm in rural Browntown, VA. During her childhood she had several pet hens and roosters and as a result became very familiar with their habits and personalities. Her colorful, realistic renditions of barnyard fowl represent a clear recollection of her earlier exposure to farm animals.
Cats are a favorite subject of the artist, as over the years she has had numerous felines in resident. The endearing, playful and sometimes aloof personalities of cats are captured in these intricate drawings by G. Marlo Allen.
The barnyard scenes by G. Marlo Allen represent her fascination with animals in rural America. They are rendered in vivid acrylic paint and capture not only the animals but the "feel" of the activity around the barnyard as well. Horses, cows and chickens are the animals most often depicted by the artist in these bucolic scenes.
The intricate pen and ink drawings of farm animals by G. Marlo Allen are very detailed and true to life. Early life on a farm stimulated her interest in studying and drawing these endearing animals.
Horses are universally loved by everyone, and the artist is no exception. The power, grace and majesty of horses is depicted in the beautiful, colorful acrylic paintings.
Great detail and the intricate use of pen and ink lines are used to capture the expression of wildlife. Each line is individually hand drawn without the use of any mechanical aids and represents as much as 40 hours of exacting work by the artist.
G. Marlo Allen's love of nature and the outdoors is expressed in her colorful acrylic paintings of wildlife. Numerous layers of applied paints are used to capture the essence of the animals in their natural habitat.
Pen and ink really lends itself well to depicting the musculature of the magnificent horse. Many of her drawings are renditions drawn from her original photographs of horses from farms and ranches she has visited over the years.
Western and Native America are some of the artist's favorite subjects. Several trips through the west have stimulated this love of the American west. The Apache Brave is one of G. Marlo Allen's most unusual paintings as there is no brushwork involved. Layers of vivid acrylic colors were applied with a palette knife until the desired effect was created.
Decorator Prints are generally available in small sizes (9"x12") and perfect for that special area in your house that you have been trying to beautify for years. Buy more than one for a unique wall arrangement. Many Decorator Prints are available in complementary subject matters and make excellent groupings (two or three framed decorator prints can fill a moderate sized wall area.)

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