20 x 28 in
Paper and Glue
A videogame heart on long and skinny images from human life on ripped articles from Life magazine on purple paper from a 2018 Portland Education conference, on wood from the back of a frame. As I began collecting long a skinny images they began to resemble pedals. The pedals are unified with love in the center; a hopeful representation of our world.
This painting can be shipped to you in a few ways: rolled, scrolled, or stretched.
Rolled - means I roll the piece, with a sheet of butcher paper for protection, and ship it to you in a light-weight repurposed cardboard tube. You will have the flexbility to mount the piece how ever you wish.
Scrolled - means you receive a repurposed cardboard tube, but it also comes with two upcycled rods attached to the piece so that you get to unroll it like a scroll, and hang it with a screw on either side.
Stretched - means I shape the paper around a wooden frame for the feeling of a mounted canvas.
No matter which of the three you choose my work is always two layers of paper thick and coated in a layer of varnish for durability.
If you have a question about a specific piece, you may email me at - firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the piece in the subject. Cheers.