One of CasaSugar's Facebook fans, Kim, wrote us earlier this month determined to find out the artist who created the print with the blue-tinted trees in Jennifer Aniston's apartment in Bounty Hunter. I didn't know offhand at all who the artist is, but I did some research to find the film's production designer, Jane Musky, and I reached out to her agent in search of the source. Yesterday, I got a phone call from Virginia-based sculptor, painter, and printmaker Eve Stockton, saying the film's set designer, Ellen Christiansen, had given her my contact information. What do you know? Eve is the artist!
The print featured is actually a blue woodcut called "Evolutionary Landscape." In the film, the print is 3'x3', but it was originally editioned as a 3'x6' print.
There are also two other large woodcuts of Eve's featured in the same apartment in the film, which are from her ongoing "Blooms" series. One of Eve's "Bloom" woodcuts will also be used in the upcoming movie Something Borrowed, and a smaller version of "Bloom" is being used in the Laura Linney series The Big C on Showtime.
If you're interested in purchasing some of Eve's sprightly botanical artwork for your own home, you can contact her here. Hoping to recreate the style of Jennifer Aniston's apartment in Bounty Hunter? Be sure to check out my Get the Look.