mine ~ mixed media, 3.5 X 6 inches
"For every Bird, a Nest" wrote Emily Dickinson. As the poem continues, her words show that the lark, with a home on the ground, rejoices more than the wren who lives proudly in the boughs of trees.
Materials: Sky blue paint and salvaged wood provide a foundation for this painting. Vintage sheet music and beautiful handwriting add to the layers. The word "mine" appears at the top of the piece ~ an ephemeral fragment.
The sides of 'mine' are unfinished in keeping with the substrate. It is light enough to be hung with 3M command strips (or something similar), but is probably best suited to nesting on a shelf. This piece is finished with a matte varnish to ensure protection against fading, discolouration, and moisture. Avoid placing all artwork in direct sunlight.
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