A Limited Edition Print on Fine Art Textured Cotton Paper 320GSM.
Or on Ilford Gallerie 340GSM Canvas.
Limited Run of 25 in each size.
Signed and numbered.
Available in 3 sizes
A0 - 841 x 1189mm
A1 - 594mm x841mm
A2 - 420mm x 594mm
Each paper print comes with a 4-5cm white border and will be posted unframed in a packing tube, wrapped in acid free paper.
Each Canvas print comes with a mirrored edge for stretching and framing.
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Mixed media on canvas ( sold)
121 x 91 x 4cm
Underneath the sea the people swim in, are the words of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, written in Paris, 10 December 1948. In this painting the words are illegible, but they are there, much like our inherent human rights. As we attend our daily activities of leisure and play, we function because of an underlying agreement that we all unconsciously hold. That we are born free and equal in dignity and rights. That we all deserve respect, kindness and love, and the things that try to seperate us are never as strong as what binds us together.