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The Great Salt Lake Hand Painted Backdrop

Original price $140.00 - Original price $1,733.00
Original price
$140.00 - $1,733.00
Current price $140.00
Size: FLATLAY (2x3)

Inspired by the mineral-rich remains of ancient Lake Bonneville. Our Great Salt Lake backdrops offer nuanced textural detailing against a neutral bone-cream wash, a touch of lake minerals, and clay-like crackling patterns.

***4x6, 6x8, 8x16 lead times 3 weeks unless otherwise communicated. Great Salt Lake backdrops are painted when purchased. For rush orders please contact us HERE- we reply quickly. 

Features & Info:

  • Select sizes from flatlay (2x3) up to XL+ (8x16). For larger sizes contact Ashley for more information.
  • Medium to heavyweight paint application on 12 oz canvas
  • Each hand-painted surface is unique giving your piece its one-of-kind appeal  with variations manifested in texture, cut lines, mineral application, movement, and edges.
  • With repeated use The Great Salt Lake Backdrop will continue to show signs of wear that deepen its character. Cracking may be mitigated by storing upright at room temperature.
  • White, cream
  • Weights vary so be certain your backdrop support system can bear the load. We recommend a c-stand+swivel grip+vice clamp
    +sandbags for all sizes except the 8'x16' in which case we recommend the Photoflex ProDuty Backdrop Stand that has a max load rating of 40 lb. 
    • Flatlay- 2'x3': 2-3 lbs
    • S- 4'x6': 5-7 lbs 
    • M/L- 6'x8'-6'x10': 12-18 lbs
    • XL- 8'x12': 15-22 lbs
    • XXL- 8'x16': 25-30 lbs

Shipping and Policies: 

  • Free shipping to all 50 states
  • International clients please inquire about shipping rates
  • All sales are final

    Photograph of 6x10 Great Salt Lake with silk pillowcase shared compliments of Steph Kirk.  

    Photograph of 2x3 flaylay surface shared compliments of The Wilder House with Cairn clay art by Katherine Moes.

     "To some extent I happily don't know what I'm doing. I feel that it's an artist's responsibility to trust that.”- David Byrne