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Train Depot Greeting Card featuring the painting Urbana Depot by Scott Kirby

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Urbana Depot Greeting Card

Scott Kirby

by Scott Kirby



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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Greeting Card Tags

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Painting Tags

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Comments (5)

Sunil Kapadia

Sunil Kapadia


Milen Litchkov

Milen Litchkov

Congratulations very nice picture!!!

Jeff Brassard

Jeff Brassard

Great job! keep up the good work!

Jeff Brassard

Jeff Brassard

nice and congrats for the sale!

Lois Bryan

Lois Bryan

Beautiful artwork, Scott ... love the solid shapes and colors beneath those lovely floaty clouds in the sky!!!! l/f t and p

About Scott Kirby

Scott Kirby

Visions of the Great Plains consists of drawings and watercolor paintings inspired by the American Great Plains, by Scott Kirby. Referred to as an accidental artist by Sandpoint Magazine, Kirby began painting in 2005, after 9 months of drawing with dual-tip brush pens. Although the attempts to capture these mostly imagined visions are quite intentional, the origins of Kirby's transition from music to art was, in a way, accidental, and unexpected. While drawing with his daughter Sara one afternoon, Kirby was suddenly compelled to continue into the night and following days, being bombarded by mental images which demanded expression. Weeks turned into months, and drawing turned into painting, all scenes rooted in a long relationship with...