wish you were home III Painting by Beate Garding Schubert

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wish you were home III

Beate Garding Schubert

Germany

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Size: 39.4 W x 39.4 H x 1.6 in

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Painting: Acrylic, Spray Paint, soft pastel, color pencils on Canvas.

This artwork is currently not available: Artfair Shenzen 2019. Please ask for details.

wish you were home III is a large 100 cm/39,37 in H x 100cm/39,37 in painting, 4 cm/1,56 in deep mixed media collage painting.

"A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it." George A. Moore

Home is confidence, trust, hope and love. The color white is associated with security and spirituality. The butterflies are flying home. What and where is home? Home is an inner feeling. wish you were home is sprayed and handwritten.
Butterflies are cut out of old letters.They represent having wings of possibilities, freedom of flight, precision and Timing, Perspektive, Vision and individuality.

This expressive artwork is painted on high quality canvas. It is ready to hang, edges are painted. The signature is on the right front. You will receive a signed certificate of authenticity. You will love the energy of this painting. A large statement piece for your home or your office!

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