Shipping | ships from United Kingdom by Tuesday, 02 February 2021
We ship to the UK, USA, all EU Countries & EEC Countries, and many more. If your country is not available, please contact us and we'll do our best to deliver to your door. International orders may incur customs duties (intra EU orders excluded) which are not included in the shipping costs. Rise Art will make every attempt to minimise customs charges in accordance with international shipping regulations.
Shipping prices depend on destination, size and weight and will be added at checkout. Please contact us with any shipping queries and we'd be delighted to help.
It's Ok if you change your mind. All artwork ordered comes inclusive of our no-hassle 14 days free return policy, no questions asked (full artwork refund or exchange). Custom framed artwork is excluded due to the bespoke nature of the framing process. Please see more about our returns and cancellations policy here.
We can arrange framing for you, that means your artwork will arrive ready to hang and can go straight on the wall.
We offer black, white or walnut coloured wood-grain finish as default frames. Please see examples in our FAQs. If you would like a bespoke frame, including, but not limited to, a tray frame and gilded frame, find out more here.
An installation service can be booked upon request. After purchase, our customer service team will be in contact with you via email (usually the same day as purchase) and this service can be requested then.
Originally from Dallas, Texas, Katherine Lubar has been based in London since 1993, obtaining a Post-Graduate Diploma from The City & Guilds of London Art School in 1999 and exhibiting in group and solo shows around the UK, Europe and the US. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the Department of Education and Employment in the UK and The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art in the US.
Lubar’s work is influenced by both living in England and growing up in The United States. The… strong light that is present in her paintings and the man-made structures it falls upon is a direct response to growing up in Dallas, with its almost blinding light, exaggerated by the modern buildings and their corresponding shadows, with their straight lines and flat expansive structures. Other important aspects of her work include the interplay between negative and positive space, a concurrence of flatness and depth, as well as investigations into the relationships between colours.