Earth and charcoal on canvas
60 cm x 40 cm
Burden of Identify Serie
This series of intimate artworks was inspired by the artist’s adjustment into fatherhood. They seek to reflect an undeniable feeling of responsibility to another being that pushes one beyond the bounds of identities bestowed and self-acclaimed. i.e an artist, a recluse, an introvert… etc.
The aim is to spark conversation around how our identities may affect our most valuable relationships and thus, source routes to navigate these complexities.
The use of soil as a medium speaks to a sense of belonging and using any means possible/necessary to achieve a desirable end.
Ships in a tube
This item will arrive rolled in a dent-resistant tube.This method is especially safe for oversized works, and provides lower shipping costs as well. Rolled works can be easily stretched (for canvas works, i.e. placed onto wooden stretcher bars) and/or framed by a local framer upon arrival. Upon immediate delivery, we highly recommend you send any works on paper directly to your framer for cautious, professional unrolling of the artwork.
Once you have received your artwork, you have 14 days to return it to us for a full refund if you are not happy with it. Please note that the work must be returned in its original condition and in its original packaging. You are responsible for the cost of the return shipment, and we reccomend that you use a tracked and signed for service. If your work has been damaged during transit then please contact us via the contact page and we will help get to the bottom of it with you.
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