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Original, unique, thought-provoking affordable modern artworks. These are one of a kind original artworks that will be a conversational piece in all modern settings. The artworks range from paintings, sculptures to unique digital collage prints.

Starvation – Why?


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

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Ships From: Ireland

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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 6 kg
Dimensions 82 × 2 × 122 cm

Art Enquiry

I hope to bring figurative, landscape paintings, sculptures and digital collage art prints into the modern household setting.
The paintings are painted on canvas, supported by a backing board on handmade sturdy built frames.
They are painted with such mediums as acrylic, cold wax medium and sealed with varnish.
The digital collage pieces are printed on cotton canvas which adds texture and supported by a wooden frame.

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DISCLAIMER The ownership rights of the physical artworks; paintings, digital art and sculptures once purchased are passed to the buyer with conditions. The buyer owns the physical artwork, they can sell and publicly display the artwork. Copies of the image cannot be created unless it is for the sole purpose of selling the physical piece. The buyer does not hold the rights to the image and cannot sell the image rights. The artist must be contacted for any issue outside the remit of the disclaimer. COPYRIGHT Copyright law in Ireland is contained in the Copyright & Related Rights Act, 2000. Copyright lasts for the creator’s lifetime plus seventy years thereafter. Copyright protection in Ireland is automatic on the creation of original work, in other words, no registration is required. Copyright remains with the artist even when the physical artwork is sold. The only way to transfer ownership is in writing. Restrictions enable an artist to charge a fee or royalty for the subsequent reproduction of the work.