The Blue Wave of Stars
The Blue Wave of Stars
Height: 9 inches
Width: 11 inches
This artwork is titled as, "The Blue Wave of Stars", by Amy Cohen Efron 2018. It is a print from an original artwork drawing on October 7, 2018.
This 8"x10" print is on beautiful and high quality, Moab Lasal Photo Matte Paper with smooth surface, heavy weight (230 g, 9.5-mil) with ½” inch extra border. The paper size is 9"x11", with my signature penciled at the bottom of the print.
This artwork is inspired by Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night using a different silhouette of a woman wearing a skirt and heels, and her left arm resting on her hip looking ahead at three buildings representing the three branches of the United States Government (US Capitol, White House, and Supreme Court). This artwork was created for the Inktober 2018 challenge and it was drawn on October 7, 2018. That was approximately one month before the mid-term elections in November 2018. This artwork is to inspire women to run for public offices.
This print will be sent with an acid-free backing, and Mylar protective sheet sleeve through USPS Priority Mail.
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19 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
It came in perfect condition. The artist took time to write a personal card to thank for the purchase. It is BEAUTIFUL! I am ordering a yellow frame to go with it. To me, yellow is a celebration color! Celebrate Kamala and deaf artists! Thank you Amy!
I am so thrilled receiving this fine artwork of our beloved RBG!! Beautiful art representing of RBG at the time of her transition during the eve of Rosh HasShanah-- as a metaphor of RBG as a tzaddika (who died before Rosh Hashanah is a righteous person and blowing the shofar.) “A Jewish teaching says those who (like Ruth Bader Ginsburg) die just before the Jewish new year are the ones God has held back until the last moment bc they were needed most & were the most righteous,” -- Ben Harris/JTA. “The timing of the passing of Justice Ginsburg (immediately before the beginning of the Jewish New Year, the biblical day of the sounding of the shofar) strikes me as an overwhelmingly sobering, significant event." -- Michael Brown. Again, thank you, Amy for the beautiful art!
It arrived nicely secured in the package. Bright colors and I love the felt backing on the tile. It's peaceful looking while being vibrant.
This might just be one of my favorite pieces I’ve purchased in a while! What a thoughtful way to display all the TOO many ways people are intolerant. They are grouped into cool categories like “isms”. Just incredibly smart. I highly recommend this seller plus she’s super local to me! Great job!
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