JUST LEAVE ME - Limited Edition Museum Print, 2 Sold, Available: 6 of 8 individually signed and numbered. Drawing by Arnvid Aakre

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JUST LEAVE ME - Limited Edition Museum Print, 2 Sold, Available: 6 of 8 individually signed and numbered.

Arnvid Aakre

Norway

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JUST LEAVE ME - Limited Edition Museum Print, 2 Sold, Available: 6 of 8 individually signed and numbered.

Arnvid Aakre

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Drawing: Pencil, Paint, Paper, Digital, digital drawing on Canvas, Paper, Other.

... sometimes a sketch can say more than thousand paintings ...

Most times a sketch come in seconds, but other sketches can take ages before they hit the right spot.

This sketch was among the extraordinary, it was hard to hit the spot where it was not only right - but where it had it's own life.

Suddenly it was there, and now it's here.

This Limited Edition of a total of 8 Fine Art print in Museum Quality, is made in co-operation with an art printer with long experience from both analog and digital Fine Art printing.

The limited edition is printed with Giclée pigment print. The paper it's printed on is from the legendary papermaker Hahnemühle who got an uninterrupted tradition of quality papermaking since 1584.

This is a digital drawing, but the difference between a digital and analog drawing, is not more different than drawing with two different brand of pencils.

NB - I consider a drawing and a painting as equal artistic expressions. It's all about how a artwork 'hit you', not how it's made.