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Creating modern digital collage art prints that are perfect for the modern household setting. The digital collage pieces are printed on satin finish 300gsm paper and framed. Combing many images using photoshop to create a colourful, abstract and minimalist artwork. The paintings are painted on canvas, supported by a backing board on handmade sturdy built frames. They are painted with such mediums as acrylic and sealed with varnish.

Starvation – Still?

75.00

The androgynous figure stands weakened by malnourishment.
Its mouth wide open as if crying out for help

1 Available


Ships From: Ireland

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Description

Acrylic on cotton canvas
Starvation, it still continues in parts of the world. This artwork makes reference to this fact.
The figure stands weak, unsteady with its mouth open as if trying to breathe, speak, or cry out.
The figure is androgynous, could be a man, a woman or a child.

Additional information

Weight 8 kg
Dimensions 82 × 2 × 122 cm

Art Enquiry

Designer of original figurative, landscape and abstract artworks.
Digital collage art designs have become a new form of expression.

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