"The Peach Archetypes V.III" by Bunnie Reiss - Limited Edition, Archival Print - 14 x 17"

The Peach Archetypes V.IIIAutographed archival pigment print • Printed on Moab Entrada Rag Bright 290 GSM archival paper • 14 x 17 inches

Hand-signed and numbered by artist Bunnie Reiss in a limited edition of 15 • Example: # /15 

House of Roulx blind embossed stamping • Authentic Edition rubber stamp on verso • Letter of Authenticity


Collections: Bunnie Reiss

Category: Fine Art, Illustration, Nature, Surrealism

Type: Art Prints


Bunnie Reiss

"If stars are souls watching down upon the Earth, then we are never alone."

Bunnie 'Bonnie' Reiss was born in Maryland, but raised mostly with the wide-blue sky’s of Colorado. Having come from a large Polish/Russian family, eating, loud talking and community shaped her life. She was a tiny rebel with a large imagination, knowing at a young age that she quite didn’t fit in and the world was a much bigger place than quiet suburban landscape that seemed to endlessly surround her. 

After a small stint in France, and a few other areas around the US, Bunnie relocated to Los Angeles several years ago to pursue larger mural and installation based projects. Her work is heavily influenced by her Eastern European background, with its tradition of folk art, bright colors and community engagement. Her extensive travels have also added an extra layer of conversation, which make her creations unique. She has shown extensively in both the United States and around the world, in galleries, alternative spaces, bookstores, abandoned buildings, fields and forests, or any place that seems to need a little extra magic. Her brightly colored folk murals decorate many countries and can be found all over the world. Los Angeles, Mexico, Italy, Paris, India, Philippines, Detroit, Milwaukee, New York, San Francisco are just a few places you would likely stumble upon one.



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Hand-Signed and Numbered by Bunnie Reiss

Limited Edition of 15

Moab Entrada Rag Bright 290 GSM Archival Paper






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