Dig Trio Series #1 is the first print in a group of paintings created by Anamaria Assis Brasil.
The print is available in three sizes and two substrates. The original painting is watercolor and ink on paper. Therefore, the first two print sizes are 8" x 8" and 16" x 16" on paper. The third print issued is 24" x 24" on canvas and is available in a wide gallery wrap or other canvas wrap that may be required for your application.
The 16" x 16" print on watercolor paper is limited to 750 units.
Each print in the series is sold with the Dig Trio CD by Jazz guitarist and educator Gustavo Assis Brasil. The Dig Trio CD is optional with the 8" x 8" size print. The CD is US$18.00 retail.
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Printed in the USA
Artist Anamaria Assis Brasil
THE FINE ART OF ANAMARIA ASSIS BRASIL Brazilian artist Anamaria Assis Brasil is a recognized painter and crafts person and she practices her art with the highest level of skill and passion. Anamaria and the art that she creates cannot be separated. That is to say, Anamaria is inspired each day by the people, places, music, nature and events that surround her. The work presented here is an open edition fine art print selected from a series of paintings that Anamaria created while listening to her son’s jazz trio (The Dig Trio). The Dig Trio CD is also available with the print as an option (www.digtrio.com). Born in Santa Maria, RS, Brazil in 1947, she received her Bachelor’s Degree from Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM), with emphasis in drawing, painting, interior design, photography, and tapestry.
Anamaria was a State teacher for 25 years (Rio Grande do Sul).
As a post-graduate student, she develop studies in xylography, lithography, ceramics, and sculpture.
Anamaria has participated in several individual and collective exhibitions. Today, Anamaria works to develop and combine several different art techniques.
Anamaria’s son is Gustavo Assis Brasil. Gustavo is a world class guitarist, composer, author and educator and is the Director of Jazz and Contemporary Music Studies of the Cambridge School of Weston. Gustavo currently lives on the east coast in the Boston area.