Sister Bad Habit Asheville Art Print

Sister Bad Habit - Asheville Fine Art Print

Regular price $60.00

Sister Bad Habit mandala print - bring iconic Asheville into your home or office.  Hang Wendy's wonderful artwork anywhere to brighten your day.

This print features the same fabulous Asheville character as the 'Sister Bad Habit' Asheville Scarf, available here - coordinate your wardrobe with your wall art!

Featured: Sister Bad Habit of Asheville's fantastically fun LaZoom comedy bus tours.


Prints are available in:

  • Canvas or Metal in sizes 8"x8", 16"x16", and 24"x24".
  • Silk Twill (frame not included) in 24"x24". Perfect for framing.

 

NOTE

Canvas or Metal prints may take up to 2 weeks to arrive
Silk Twill prints may take up to 4 weeks to arrive

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Carrie
Playful and colorful

This scarf reminds me of the many times I see this character riding through downtown entertaining the tour groups. She addressed me once on the street and I smile at the memory whenever I wear this scarf!

Wendy Newman Designs
Designer

Wendy Newman Designs was founded in 2016 by Asheville based designer Wendy Newman. Newman has worked professionally as a photographer and fashion designer for over 40 years all around the world.

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Artist

Using original photographs, Wendy Newman deconstructs images and then reconstructs them into mandala designs, creating high-quality hand-rolled silk scarves, reverse umbrellas, kimonos, and leggings for museums, resorts, wineries, events, and cities.

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Philanthropist

As a local family-owned business, we appreciate the support we’ve received from the community over the years and celebrate the opportunity to give back to organizations that make our cities such a special place. 

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Carrie
Playful and colorful

This scarf reminds me of the many times I see this character riding through downtown entertaining the tour groups. She addressed me once on the street and I smile at the memory whenever I wear this scarf!