“Eternal Awakening” is an artistic representation of embracing the inner calling to pursue our dreams, savour life’s beauty, and fearlessly embark on the transformative journey of self-liberation. This piece serves as a visual metaphor for breaking free from the confines of societal norms and expectations, allowing oneself to soar beyond the chains of this world.
The painting incorporates a harmonious blend of colours, including the vibrant Australian red violet, symbolizing passion and the burning desire to chase our aspirations. The application of 18k gold invokes a sense of preciousness and highlights the inherent value of following one’s dreams. The ethereal hues of Australian blue gum evoke a serene atmosphere, encouraging a connection with the vastness of possibilities that lie ahead. Lastly, the deep tones of paynes grey signify the challenges and obstacles one must confront in their pursuit of freedom and self-realization.
The soft pastels employed in the artwork represent the delicate nature of the journey toward self-discovery, reminding us of the importance of gentleness and self-compassion along the way. Through the expressive strokes and thoughtful composition, “Eternal Awakening” invites viewers to reflect on their own dreams, urging them to embrace the courage necessary to break free from the chains that bind them and create their own path towards fulfilment.
- pure linen stretched canvas 120cm x 80cm
- Mixed media - acrylic ink, alcohol ink, shellac
- UV protected
- authenticity certificate
- signed, sealed and dated
- canvas prints available
international delivery available, artwork comes safely rolled in a tube for international delivery.
- A range of high quality Matisse, atelier, liquitex, golden acrylic paint
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