This gouache painting was painted on 300gsm Arches hot pressed watercolor paper. The painting is varnished. It comes with a frame and perfect fitting off-white matte-board. The painting itself measures 19x28cm. Oak picture frame measuring 30 x 40 cm. Frame thickness is 12 mm. Depth 22 mm. Plexiglas glazing. Oak is a living material which makes each picture frame unique. Weight: 0.71 kg
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"The wood in our frames is harvested in compliance with the EU Timber Regulation. This means ascertaining where the wood used in the frames comes from and following the process as closely as possible in order to prevent illegal logging and to ensure that the entire chain complies with EU regulations. Our wood frames are made from timber originating in the USA and Canada, which are considered low-risk countries. Thanks to these measures, you can rest assured knowing that we operate responsibly and comply with laws and regulations."
On The Other Side Of Fears | Framed gouache original
The Phosphene collection
The Phosphene Collection
Phosphene (n.) a sensation of a ring or spot of light produced by pressure on the eyeball or direct stimulation of the visual system other than by light.
Like the phosphene lights continue to glow further when we open our eyes - memories travel with us. They're imprinted on our souls, they shape the way we see. Memories and experiences guide us into the unknown, they even glow when all light has faded into darkness. Like those tiny lights in our eyes that spring to life from within.
About this piece
'And on these days where your progress does not feel like very much and you find yourself wondering
if you will ever be enough,
remember that a few hundred nights ago
you were not sure you'd make it here - but here you are..
living and breathing on the other side of your fears."
- Morgan Harper Nichols
Torn between the familiar and the unknown.
Reference photo taken on our honeymoon to Iceland.