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The print accurately reproduces the original painting as an archival quality giclee print adding 24 carat heavy gold detailing and varnish layers to enhance the elements within this print.
Details of the varnish and gold leaf can be seen clearly in this video
Full Details of this edition
Print Medium: Giclee with Screenprinted Varnish Layers and 24 carat gold detailing
Print Size: 50 x 70cm paper size 60 x 80cm
Edition Size 50 prints plus 5 x Artist Proofs
Signed and editioned by the artist.
More information about the Print
Just out of reach brings to attention the things which we desire and reminds us of the importance of the natural world. Combining imagery from advertising and fashion with nature, the artist utilises the powerful ‘selling gaze’ and uses it to transport the viewer into a fantasy world abound with rich nature and lush vegetation. The broken shards of glass symbolise the moment of realisation, when we rediscover the beauty in our natural surroundings. The use of glazes on the shards of glass and the opulence created by the 24 ct gold detail serve to question just what riches are and what is important in life.
Our greatest desires are normally the things just out of reach.
New piece from the studio amd today I found this quote…
“The microcosm and the macrocosm are built on the same plan. Just as the individual soul is encased in the living body, so is the universal Soul in the Living energy of Nature. The objective universe, is embracing nature. This covering of the one by the other is analogous to the relation between an idea and the word expressing it. This dual aspect of the Universal Soul is eternal. So what we perceive or feel is this combination of the Eternally Formed and the Eternally Formless.”
It sums up a lot about our interconnection with the world on a micro and macro level. The artist tries to tap into this interconnection… this is where my work is heading..
Work in progress a new larger scale piece of work, whereby I am returning to concentrate on the underlying drawing in the piece. This is the largest piece I have worked on, being 1.2 metres square and is a stepping stone to a planned 1.5m metre square piece to see how the inked foliage combines in scale within the image… more pictures to follow as the piece progresses.