"Sea Codes" - Limited Edition 1 of 5


Brazil

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Size: 10.2 H x 8.7 W x 0.2 in

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Art Description

Printmaking: Engraving, Etching, Lithograph, Woodcut and Silverpoint on Paper, Bronze, Stone and Wood.

Series of engraving: "Capture of thoughts suspended" prints by Horacio Gerpe

The collection of engravings was carried out using the symbolism of certain artifacts from various cultures, created from researches on the writings and languages of the ancestors who inhabited various territories in the Middle East, India, China, Europe and America

The marks of the symbologies used have been engraved in a series of wooden artifacts, metals and stones, various messages with the alphabet used in the origin of humanity, known as the language of the "Binary Code", through the point and the line used by the "Gods of the Universe "in order to communicate with future generations of humans.

So the idea of observing suspended objects, similar to how thoughts float in our minds, causing different dimensions without time and space in our conscious and unconscious, causing the curiosity of knowledge and the search of our origins

Keywords: Prints, Gold Leaf, Engraved, Fabriano Paper, Embosing

Subjects: Culture

Styles: Conceptual, Figurative, Fine Art, Surrealism

Mediums: Engraving, Etching, Lithograph, Woodcut, Silverpoint

Materials: Paper, Bronze, Stone, Wood

Prints: Culture Art Prints, Conceptual Art Prints, Figurative Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Surrealism Art Prints, Engraving Art Prints, Etching Art Prints, Lithograph Art Prints, Woodcut Art Prints, Silverpoint Art Prints, Paper Art Prints, Bronze Art Prints, Stone Art Prints, Wood Art Prints

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