Lost in Translation

$15.00$65.00

An abstract mixed media piece made with India ink, map pieces, and tissue paper

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This piece was inspired by the Taylor Swift lyrics, “Maybe we got lost in translation. Maybe I asked for too much.”…I made it shortly after a potential relationship fell apart because I had asked for more commitment, which the other person wasn’t willing to give. I felt so lost and confused and unworthy and wanted to try and communicate that with this piece. The majority of the painting is made of book pages and map pieces. Books are used to communicate knowledge or stories. Maps are used to travel and figure out where we are going. In this piece, I have taken both of those and torn them up, marked over them, and covered them with paint to represent the loss of communication and loss of certainty of where a relationship was heading. 

Giclee printing is the process of using fade-resistant, archival inks from an inkjet printer to create a reproduction of an original piece of art. This giclee print is printed from a high resolution scan of the original drawing. The print sizes are 11 x 14 inches, 9 x 12 inches, and 5 x 7 inches. They are printed on 190 gsm fine art paper. You can choose to add a 1 inch border around the image (as shown in Image 2). Add a note at checkout if you would like a border added. Each print is hand signed. Print is unframed. Price includes shipping within the U.S. Image 2 in gallery.

The regular print is also printed from a high resolution scan of the original onto 80 lb card stock paper. The print sizes are 11 x 14 inches, 9 x 12 inches, and 5 x 7 inches. A frame is not included. Print is hand signed on the back. Price includes shipping within the U.S. Image 3 in gallery.

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Original, Gicleé Print 11 x 14 inch, Gicleé Print 9 x 12 inch, Gicleé Print 5 x 7, Regular Print 11 x 14 inch, Regular Print 9 x 12 inch, Regular Print 5 x 7