RCP Success Stories: Denise Wood
Denise Wood, owner and sole artist for Internal Bloom, has been a staple in the Michigan art fair circuit for the past five years. Her colorful, and often custom, floral designs combine the fluidity of acrylic paint with textured 3-D elements on canvas. Denise has always been looking for ways to capture the heavily textured areas of her art pieces, through photographs or previous scans, but she was convinced there was always room for improvement.
Denise met RCP owner Mark Reed at a recent art fair and decided to give RCP’s Cruse scanner a try. Denise brought in a large piece titled Pink Dahlia for her first free scan and RCP staff quickly got to work. RCP spent a lot of time working with Denise, readjusting sizes and ensuring that the texture was visible on each print.
So what did Denise have to say about the result? “I’m very happy with how it turned out! I wanted to bring a piece that’s highly textured and it looks really nice,” she explains. Because of this scan, Denise will now be able to sell prints of her original piece with the ability to print multiple sizes on different substrates.
Denise’s other works can be found on her Internal Bloom website, her social media pages or at various art fairs throughout the year. We hope that Denise has success selling her reproduced art piece and we can’t wait to have her back in our studio!