memory ~ mixed media, 3.5 X 13 inches
I had to revisit this image from a still life created over 300 years ago. The still life is housed at the MET (Metropolitan Museum of Art) in New York. Its age proves that a fascination with bones is not just a modern obsession. Flowers soften the piece that prompts thoughts of transformation and memory.
Materials: Created on a one of a kind slab of salvaged wood with a unique shape, 'memory' also features dark florals and small circles of vintage diagrams. A tiny cherub appears in the top right corner.
Because of its unique shape, 'memory' may not be suited to hanging, but would be perfect in front of books on a shelf, tucked in somewhere with special treasures, or placed on a mantel. 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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