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'Bananeclipse' Art Print

'Bananeclipse' Art Print-Art-The Impractical Pig

Says the artist, '[t]his piece is about memory, more than anything. The banana in the eclipse was something I thought of while watching totality in August of 2017. The cloud pattern contains (wrongly colored) forget-me-nots, a node to how memory can trick us, and small moon and sun diamonds, an ode to how incredible seeing the sun and moon are, even if they appear mundane in the everyday. The gold painted dots in the background are meant to convey movement. It was windy that day.' Available in 3 standard sizes, the original is a hand-drawn work of art using pen, ink, marker, and colored pencil on paper. This art reproduction can be printed on a high quality giclee print, which uses archival ink on the finest caliber of paper. 'Bananeclipse' is a limited run of 15 releases per size, so pick up a print today! *NOW AVAILABLE: Limited 11x14 cardstock prints. Allow 5-7 days for shipping.

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Heather Divoky is an artist living and working in Wilmington, North Carolina. She has worked in the Arts as a creator, curator, historian, designer, and administrator. Heather’s art has shown in Nashville, the Netherlands, and all over North Carolina. Her primary concern is story-telling through great detail and color. She frequently uses her environment and its history as an inspiration, obsessively researching a subject until she is ready to illustrate it. Divoky works with marker, ink, wire, and stained glass, although she is always trying new media and techniques.

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