"THE PRINCETON 3" ARTWORK SIGNED BY MONICA ZANE

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Celebrate your memories with this incredible piece of art by local artist Monica Zane! Vivid colors and creative blending captures the "The Princeton 3" (Princeton, Circle Tavern & Sea Grill) to reflect the energy and joy we've all experienced at these beach hot spots.

Go either framed or unframed (poster only) -- each piece signed by the artist, Monica Zane. The framed piece is a giclée reproduction of an original pen and ink on textured watercolor paper, matted with custom Larson Juhl Ocean Blue wood frame. Framed size is 10"x18" (exact dimensions, edge to edge: 10.25" x 18.25").  The unframed, loose print is 8"x16" (paper size) with the actual artwork image being 6"x14" on the print.

Initial limited quantities available.

WHO IS MONICA ZANE?

Artist Monica Zane began her career in the arts by studying the natural landscapes and seascapes of Avalon, New Jersey. With a quest to diversify in the arts, she was awarded a 2-year dance scholarship at The Alvin Ailey American Dance Center. Monica toured Europe with the musical, “Cats” (in German and English) and spent a few years singing (in French and Italian) in an orchestra in Monte Carlo. Her talents don't stop there -- Monica has sung in various jazz clubs in New York City and wrote, produced and starred in a one-woman show that had a run at The Grove St. Playhouse, The Bowery Poetry Club, and The Cape May Theatre. As a SAG actor, Monica photo doubles for actresses like Sarah Jessica Parker and Poppy Montgomery. Throughout her travels and extensive theater and film work, she has continued to paint, showing her artwork in galleries, benefits, and most recently, five of her paintings appeared in USA Network’s popular television series “Royal Pains” as well as on HBO’s “Divorce”. Additionally, Monica has been commissioned for over 200 custom portrait pieces. Her most recent juried art show in NYC, the 114th Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Show Benefiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art Travel & Research Fund, led to an invitation to become a member of The National Arts Club. Monica's art studio is located on 37th Street and Ocean Drive in Avalon, New Jersey.