IMAGINE A KINDER WORLD

Imagine a kinder world. Imagine love and peace. Imagine more compassion and empathy in this world. Imagine a more caring, sharing world. Imagine an end to war. The painting is my way of trying to put some positive vibes out there into this increasingly crazy, chaotic, divided world.
The trees are symbolically reaching out across the globe with their branches touching 'as one' but also providing a slightly 'chaotic' look. Words (vibes) have been placed randomly on the land mass.

Size: 39.5 x 32.5 x 2.5 cm (framed) / 25 x 17.5 cm (unframed)

Medium: Mainly watercolours plus gouache, ink & inktense on Saunders Waterford 425 gsm paper

The framed image shown is a digitally created one just to give a rough idea of what the painting would look like in a frame.

A certificate of authenticity will be provided.

The painting will be in an antique white mount in a black custom frame. For larger paintings such as this perspex may be used instead of glass to avoid glass breakage in transit. This will protect the painting from damage.

Available via Artfinder's 'Art for Peace' initiative

IMAGINE A KINDER WORLD

Imagine a kinder world. Imagine love and peace. Imagine more compassion and empathy in this world. Imagine a more caring, sharing world. Imagine an end to war. The painting is my way of trying to put some positive vibes out there into this increasingly crazy, chaotic, divided world.
The trees are symbolically reaching out across the globe with their branches touching 'as one' but also providing a slightly 'chaotic' look. Words (vibes) have been placed randomly on the land mass.

Size: 39.5 x 32.5 x 2.5 cm (framed) / 25 x 17.5 cm (unframed)

Medium: Mainly watercolours plus gouache, ink & inktense on Saunders Waterford 425 gsm paper

The framed image shown is a digitally created one just to give a rough idea of what the painting would look like in a frame.

A certificate of authenticity will be provided.

The painting will be in an antique white mount in a black custom frame. For larger paintings such as this perspex may be used instead of glass to avoid glass breakage in transit. This will protect the painting from damage.

Available via Artfinder's 'Art for Peace' initiative