Fine Art Prints & Originals

First inspired by organic designs of the Arts and Crafts movement, and then by Pittsburgh’s museums of biophilia, Ashley Cecil’s original artworks depict both patterns in nature and themes of conservation.

Look closely and in Ashley’s paintings you will see endangered bird species housed at the National Aviary, tropical plants studied at Phipps, and exotic insect specimens housed in the collections of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

Ashley’s intricate style, reminiscent of European tapestries and wallpapers, is refreshingly modern and combines detailed depictions of birds and plant life in crisp, bold hues. She is a Pittsburgh-based artist and illustrator specializing in paintings of flora and fauna.

Ashley’s giclee prints and original paintings are available for sale and by commission. Pricing for giclees starts at $75  and original artwork starts at $1,200.

Please contact Ashley using the button below to inquire about available prints and originals. Depending on availability and because each piece is made by hand, orders for original artwork will take longer. Giclees prints can be ordered quickly – within two weeks.

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Ashley Cecil

Ashley Cecil is a Pittsburgh-based artist and illustrator specializing in paintings of flora and fauna. Ashley found her artistic niche while in living in London and earning her master's degree at the Sotheby’s Institute of Art. While in London, she immersed herself in museum collections of nature-inspired textile patterns. Her intricate style, reminiscent of European tapestries and wallpapers, is refreshingly modern. She paints from live observation of wildlife at institutions like the National Aviary, and these experiences shape her dynamic product lines. As she grows her range of home decor to include wall coverings, Ashley continues to create one-of-a-kind artwork and custom commissions. Ashley's clients include Oxfam America, Early Times Bourbon, and the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.