Road to Nowhere - Digital Prints
The mime rides a lonely road, with nothing but the haunting sound of her violin to keep her company. All her fellow riders have disappeared long ago. Not knowing which path in life to take the mime continues to ride her lonely road to nowhere. This soul-searching beauty is hoping you would love you to bring her home today! And give her a place to belong.
➸ Cannon hybrid dye-based ink system.
➸ semi-gloss photographic paper.
➸ Print to order.
This soul-searching beauty will look amazing in a home office, reading nook, lounge or bedroom. she is also a great gift for someone with an eye for unique art that make a statement.
*****ABOUT THE MATERIALS*****
◆ This Gothic Beauty has been hand drawn using digital software.
◆Two stunning colours to choose from email me with choice (Purple, Navey) If not specified default is Navey
◆Detailed high-quality print, which looks truly stunning in person.
➸ Your artwork will come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
➸ Artwork will be numbers and signed at the bottom.
➸ Carefully packed in to a roll tube, to keep the print safe in transit.
W 40.64 cm x H 27.94 cm
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About the Artist
I am a freelance artist based in County Durham (UK). I studied textiles BTEC Advanced Level (GNVQ) at Hartlepool College of Art and Design from 1998 to 2000 but did not find my true calling or love of fine art until 2004, when I got my first easel and oil paints from my parents at Christmas. Si...