Yes IV - inspired by Yoko Ono
Inspired by Yoko Ono. John Lennon apparently met Yoko Ono in 1966, at a London gallery, where she was installing a show. Lennon adored Ono's ceiling piece: a ladder with a magnifying glass hanging above it, and the word "yes" in tiny letters on the ceiling. Yoko Ono's message is positive,- it is a message of love and peace. In my paintings butterflies (cut out of old letters) represent wings of possibilities, freedom of flight, love and peace. This expressive painting is 50 x 50 cm/19.68 x 19.68 in, 4cm /1.56 in deep. Edges are painted, so framing is not necessary. It is painted on high quality canvas and varnished for protection against dust and UV light. It will be sent to you with a signed certificate of authenticity.
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About the Artist
Bea Garding Schubert is a German artist who creates abstract works that inspire hope and happiness. The more you look at Bea’s works, the more you’ll see. Windows, plants and words emerge out of the abstracted image - a surreal world of tranquility beneath the surface. The artist trained as an ...