Aluminum Petite

Designer: Kathi Gerritsen

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Size: 6" x 6"

ALUMINUM PETITES: Digital Creation - Great Gift Ideas! 

SFA 101: Our Digital Artist creates artwork by combining a variety of real and virtual techniques and art forms using brushes, layers and filters designed over a file of the artist’s photograph or original artwork base, resulting in a truly original, non-duplicatable file. "Beneath" is created with an original oil abstract fused with digital brushwork and layers of original photographic elements, collaged to create this exuberant abstract.

Chromaluxe Aluminum Miniatures in the 6” x 6” and 8” x 8” sizes include a slotted stand for a counter, desk or shelf. The 10” x 10” and 12” x 12” sizes are fitted with PVC backings for hanging as a single or hung as a grouping in your favorite gallery wall arrangement.

The best part? The 6” x 6” metals include a gift box!

Custom orders accepted! Want this in a different substrate? Or another size? Please Contact us with your request and we will happily provide a quote.

Visit the SFA 101 page for information about substrates or Contact us.

Interest-Free Installment plans are available. Please Contact us prior to purchase.

Please allow 2 to 3 weeks for shipping. Free shipping within the continental US. Contact us for expedited shipping, international shipping quote, or payment plan.


"Often, a deceptively placid surface disguises a realm lying beneath our view, where aggression and vulnerability co-exist."

I think it’s safe to say that most people, even the most intrepid, have never been to Antarctica. It’s just not on the top ten list of tourist destinations. The closest most of us get is listening to David Attenborough’s cultured narration in documentaries about how the Antarctic flora and fauna survive one of the most brutal environments possible. “Beneath” takes me there, to the snowy cliffs at the ocean’s edge, where seals and penguins slide, tumble and dive into an ocean that could be their salvation, or their end. What lies beneath? Is it friend or foe? Life or death? I root for the Little Guy, hoping he/she will make it through one more day - not only for the sake of the ecosystem, but because they’re (insert Valley Girl inflection here) super cute!