from the edge of the deep green sea
and she listens like her head's on fire
like she wants to believe in me" -The Cure
This listing is for a print of an original acrylic/mixed media painting. The original piece, which is sold, was created on canvas using acrylic, oil, ink and mixed media. The original has a lot of texture which is captured very well in the print. The image is 11" x 14" printed on larger paper with a white border for framing with a mat.
The original painting is highly textured and contains multiple layers of colors.
The print has been professionally ordered. The paper is of premium heavy weight luster quality which produces the most vibrant long lasting color. Somerset Velvet Giclee Prints have the authentic "look and feel" of high quality watercolor paper and are produced with Somerset Velvet paper and Epson Ultrachrome professional archival inks.
Free delivery in Dallas. It can also be mailed in a protective envelope. It arrives packaged in a protective sleeve and stiff backing, shipped in a flat unbendy envelope or box.
Copyright of work, including all rights of reproduction in any form, are held by the artist.
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©2010 Gina Marie Dunn
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The tentacles of an octopus first inspired this painting, sort of a reflection of how tied down I feel at times. With the children so young, there are often days when I don't leave the house or even make it out to the studio to paint. (If I don't make it outside for a morning run before the household wakes up then I'm REALLY cranky.) As much as I love all three of my precious babies, it's simply a hard time feeling so occupied with constantly meeting their basic needs.
As I worked on this piece, I noticed this painting slowly started to take on a more abstract look while preserving the feeling of something aquatic. I almost quit working on it because it was frustrating me so much and I hate feeling like I am fighting with my paintings, but then I had a breakthrough on Friday. Friday happened to be a special day as my husband and I were celebrating our fifth anniversary. I like to think that April 2 is a lucky day for me all around, and I'm glad a little luck made its way onto the canvas.
The Edge of the Deep Green Sea, Fine Art Giclee Print 11 x 14
- Handmade item
- Materials: acrylic paint, original painting, modeling paste, mixed media, acrylic, cells, cellular, octopus, tentacles, green, blue, teal
- Made to order
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- Ships worldwide from Texas, United States