Commission bookings will be open from October 2022.
© 2023 Helen Trevisiol Duff.
An artwork inspired by hope, love and being reunited. A painting about unity and being together. With reference to the Japanese Blossom Season, the painting shows two birds flying towards each other to be reunited. The diptych can be hung side by side, in alcoves or in separate spaces, knowing that there is a link between the two. Symbolic of a relationship where each partner exists in their own right but harmonises when brought together. The birds are swifts, the elusive angels of the air, symbolising hope. The blossom represents the fragility and beauty of life. There is a positivity coming through in the golden glazes and energetic brushstrokes.
This is a one of a kind, original artwork using quality materials to ensure beauty and value. The copyright remains with the artist. Signed by the artist on the front and back.
Acrylic on canvas.
This heavy body acrylic is professional artist quality. The Paints are from Golden, founded in 1980 by Sam Golden in top standard, highly pigmented and the choice of artists such as Pollock and Rothko for their high quality pigments.
The cotton canvas 480gsm has solid wood stretcher bars and deep sides with beveled edges. It is primed with highly pigmented gesso for a top standard finish.
Dimensions: Each panel is 100 x 40cm (39.37 x 15.75 inches). Hung together with a gap in between the two panels, approximately 100 x 100cm.
Combined weight: 8kg.
To be collected from artists studio or gallery or discuss with the artist. Delivery not included in price.
A Certificate of Authenticity will be provided with this artwork.