Tree Of Light By Tava Studios
Our Framed Prints Look Like Originals
This framed print comes coated with a hand embellished varnish which makes it look more like an original piece of art.
Art print with a hand embellished finish which is available with a choice of 4 frames.
As a rolled print which can also be used for framing.
Outer Frame Size: 25” x 25”
Print Only Size: 19” x 19”
Artist: Tava Studios
Husband & wife artists Eugene & Janet Tava opened TAVA STUDIOS together in 1987.
Eugene Tava with over 25 years in the Art Business works from his studio in his Victorian home in N.J.
Eugene has shown his original art work in the U.S. and abroad including Art Expo, N.Y.C. and Highpoint, NC. He has won various awards and is collected by many collectors and corporations. One of his art works was commissioned for the World Trade Center reception area in N.Y.C.
Janet Brignola-Tava began her illustrious art career after having graduated from the School of Visual Arts with a degree in painting and after some further study at the Fashion Institute of Technology and Parsons School of Design.
Janet's first professional position was with the prestigious Karl Mann Studio where she ran the Orientalia painting department for 12 years, creating works for such clients as the South African and Saudi Arabian Embassies and the Roscoe Award winning Executive Suites in the Plaza Hotel. It was during her tenure with Karl Mann that she learned and perfected decorative painting techniques, adapting ancient Chinese designs for modern use in innovative and award-winning hand-painted wallpapers, textiles and murals.
Janet also works in acrylic and oils to produce paintings for museums and galleries. Private collectors of Janet's work include Robert Redford, Jane Seymour and the late jazz great Dizzie Gillespie. Her work has been featured in such publications as Architectural Digest, Metropolitan Homes, House Beautiful, Vogue and House and Garden. Janet was the subject of a feature in the arts section of the Philadelphia Inquirer focusing on her murals and decorative painting for the restoration of the historic Martin Coryell House in Lambertville, New Jersey.
Having worked for several years as a decorative paint consultant to leading paint manufacturer Benjamin Moore, Janet now collaborates with them on trade-related articles.
Janet is equally at home on a scaffold as she is at an easel, having painted murals on the ceilings and walls of many historical buildings. Recently, Janet was honoured to design and execute the murals for the Children's Chapel at historic Marble Collegiate Church. This is the only formal Children's Chapel in the United States and the only chapel designed and executed by a woman artist, truly a career highlight.