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Asylum Acrylic Print featuring the photograph The Asylum Project - Waiting For The Miracle by Erik Brede

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The Asylum Project - Waiting For The Miracle Acrylic Print

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The Asylum Project - Waiting For The Miracle acrylic print by Erik Brede.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

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Like it great stuff! THANK U FOR ADDING TO SELF PORTRAIT CAFE GROUP!

Thank you very much Christy :-)

Congratulations on your well deserved 1st place win in the contest "Can You Hear the Emotion"!

Thank you so much Kym :-)

Thank you very much Barbara :-)

This is a wonderful image. I think it won in the contest today? I see you are in first place.... So if that is the case, I want to say congrats on that, and also that I voted for it and fav'd it...

Congratulation in receiving 12 votes in MOUSE's first contest!! Thanks for your much appreciated participation! Cheers, Barbara F/V

Thank you so much Elizabeth, Gun, Sweet Moments and Bonita :-)

A miracle would be moving to a new place!! So sad! Great story telling shot.

So lovely :) v

Åpwerful work! fv + vote in M O U S E!

So sad and powerful ~ it represents one of the uglier chapters in US history... one that most American's have little to no knowlage about. v

Thank you so much Sherry :-)

Thank you so much Barbara and Cheri :-)

Erik, "Waiting for the Miracle" takes us emotionally into the depths of darkness. I've seen some of the others in this series . . . gut wrenching! Voted and my selection for discussion today in the M O U S E Group. v

You can almost feel the emotions come out of the image, great work!! Thanks for joining MOUSE. F/V

Thank you so much Carolyn and Jessica :-)

Beautifully sad love your work

strong image! it tells a story worth hearing

Thank you so much :-) The last I have heard is that the place is empty now.

Erik, do you know how it is today, is this smething you know about

...speechless...v/f

very powerful image and title.. but very sad and terrifying, believed in Scandinavia that mental health care was more enlightened

Erik Brede replied:

Thank you so much Maria :-) hopefully its better today ...

Very thought provoking! Very intense work~

Erik Brede replied:

Thank you Kym :-)

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About Acrylic Prints

Mounting Option #1

Mounting Option #2

Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print.   Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic.

The image is the art - it doesn't get any cleaner than that!

All acrylic prints ship within 3 - 4 business days and arrive "ready to hang" with four aluminum mounting posts (Option #1) or hanging wire (Option #2).

The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.

There are two different ways to mount your acrylic print.

Option #1 (Mounting Posts) - Attach your print to your wall with four aluminum mounting posts.   The cylindrical cap of each mounting post can be removed, allowing you to thread a small screw along the center axis of the of post and into the wall.   When you're finished, simply reattached each cap, and you're done.   The mounting posts act as stand-offs and keep your print separated from the wall by 1".   All of the required mounting hardware (i.e. posts, screws, and wall anchors) is included with your print.   Click here for mounting details.

Option #2 (Hanging Wire) - With this option, your acrylic print is attached to a 1/4" thick black board which has a wooden frame and hanging wire attached to the back.   There are no metal mounting posts at the corners.   Simply put a nail in your wall, hang your print from the hanging wire, and you're done.   Due to the thickness of the black board and mounting frame, your print is separated from the wall by 1.50"   Click here for mounting details.

Artist's Description

Self Portrait taken at the Lier Psychiatric Hospital in Norway. 1st place win in the contest "Can You Hear the Emotion". Lier Psychiatric Hospital has a long history as an institution. The massive buildings house the memory of a grim chapter in Norwegian psychiatric history the authorities would rather forget. There is little available information about the former activities at Lier Hospital, but it is documented experiments that were carried out on this Norwegian mental hospital in the postwar period from 1945 to 1975. Its about the use of LSD, electroshock, brain research funded by the U.S. Department of Defense and drug research sponsored by major pharmaceutical companies. It is perhaps not surprising that they try to forget this place and the events taking place here. Lier Psyciatric Hospital was built in 1926 and had room for nearly 700 patients at the most. In 1986, many of the buildings were closed and abandoned and they still stand empty to this day. Some of the buildings are...

About Erik Brede

Erik Brede

Surreal and Fine art work from the norwegian photographer and digital artist Erik Brede. Erik Brede is a self-taught photographer and Photoshop artist, born in 1971 in Svolvaer, Lofoten Islands, Norway. After getting his first camera at the age of 13, he spent much of his time in his father's darkroom, and post-production have always been an important part of his workflow. With a conceptual approach, Brede tries to approach a wide scale of subjects in a multi-layered way to produce a link between the landscape’s reality and that imagined by its conceiver. These works focus on concrete questions that determine our existence. His landscape and surreal work has been influenced by such artists as Ansel Adams and Rene Magritte. His...

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