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Sherbet Spiral Notebook featuring the painting Sherbet Breezes by Joe Loffredo

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Sherbet Breezes Spiral Notebook

Joe Loffredo

by Joe Loffredo

$16.00

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Product Details

Our spiral notebooks are 6" x 8" in size and include 120 pages which are lined on both sides. The artwork is printed on the front cover which is made of thick paper stock, and the back cover is medium gray in color. The inside of the back cover includes a pocket for storing extra paper and pens.

Design Details

This piece has a soft, creamy feel in colors that are reminiscent of sherbet.

Ships Within

2 - 3 business days

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Spiral Notebook Tags

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Painting Tags

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Artist's Description

This piece has a soft, creamy feel in colors that are reminiscent of sherbet.

About Joe Loffredo

Joe Loffredo

Unlike many artists, Joe was not artistically inclined at an early age. He did nothing at all with art until college, when he painted fantasy and military lead figures. At the time, he called himself a painter as opposed to an artist, because he didn't use any shadowing or fancy techniques, and such things would merit the title of artist. He painted on and off for some years afterward, and then left it completely. Many years later, Joe had a job where he worked at home for three days a week. An educational TV channel featured painting shows during his lunch time, and he began watching them regularly. Before long, he became interested in acrylics. For the first few years, he produced landscapes, but just wasn't happy with them. He tried...

 

$16.00