Untitled (Kitchen Scene), 2015
Limited edition print
Ready to hang
This drawing is part of a body of work titled Glimpses of Fiji. In 2014 I spent five months traveling around the Fijian islands, meeting local people and discovering remote locations, in order to collect material for these drawings.
I was lucky to be invited to a local friend’s house where his wife and daughters gave me a lesson in authentic Indian cooking. I captured this scene right after I learned how to make roti bread.
Travel has always been the best therapy for me and I think it’s the same for other people, we just sometimes need a reminder to step out the door.
I leave a lot of white space in my images so that there is room for you to imagine your own story between the lines.
The image is printed on acid free paper using archival quality pigment inks and then mounted onto a 6mm sheet of acrylic. This results in sharp, brilliant colors, and an ultra-contemporary frameless finish that will be the focal point of any room.
The process of bonding the image to acrylic ‘glass’ (Plexiglass) protects the print from dust, scratching and fading. The hanging system on the back acts as a spacer to provide the illusion of ‘floating’ once the artwork is mounted.
16 x 24 “
Edition of 20
40 x 60 “
Edition of 3
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