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Carrie Marill Art for $20? Score.

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You read that right. You can snag a limited edition print by Carrie Marill for just $20.

We were pretty jazzed back in February when started selling Marill's works and we just heard that The Tortoise is now available in various sizes and prices.

The website, founded over three years ago by New York gallery owner Jen Bekman, features works by over 150 emerging contemporary artists at affordable prices.

Purchase Marill's The Tortoise here.

And, if you want to see more, Marill is currently showing an original work at Lisa Sette Gallery in Scottsdale as a part of the "From the Ground Up" group show. Read Wynter Holden's review here.

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