Doorways of Deception Painting by Danae Fitzgerald

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Painting: Acrylic, canvas, Wood, Watercolor, Enamel on Wood, Canvas, Stone, Iron.

Aldous Huxley wrote Doors of Perception/Heaven and Hell...a title full of inspirational imaginings, existential portals that lead to different lives, varying realities--curiosity is piqued. This medium allowed a realistic style, adding a sense of reality to a puzzling display.
Doors...protectors of mystery...guardians of the unknown that deny entry...imagination silently stirred, provoking dream-like images of dimensions beyond. Doors shut out the world, trapping privacy within. Price problem--make an offer, if this appeals to you.


Doorways of Deception

Danae Fitzgerald



Size: 20 W x 20 H x 1.5 in

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