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Format-wise, "Golden Ship of Stars and Dreams" duplicates the dimensions of landscape artworks. However, as indicated by the title, Its theme and palette extend beyond those (please see product page description below). It makes an impressive dramatic addition to a room as wall art, a shower curtain, or bed cover. It is also very attractive in smaller-sized products such as throw pillows, tote bags, and coffee cups (to see art please click link at bottom of page of paste this one: https://fineartamerica.com/featured/golden-ship-of-stars-and-dreams-aberjhani.html )
Because of its one-of-a-kind design pattern, the signature Postered Chromatic Poetics finishing process with customized digital matting and framing works extremely well with Golden Ship of Stars and Dreams. This artwork may be purchased throughout the month of September at 25 percent off using Promo Code EFGHAS.
FROM PRODUCT PAGE ART DESCRIPTION
“...If emergent expressionism lends chromatic form and substance to in-between states of metamorphosis, then transformative impressionism may be described as endowing such stages of transition with metaphorical narrative.” (from Sensualized Transcendence: Editorial and Poem on the Art of Jaanika Talts)
The thing about the color palette and completed composition for the central image seen here is that it started out some years ago as light shades of gray and white which I thought was shaping up into an abstract seascape. I would go back to it periodically to guide the eventual emergence of the expressionistic seascape and add certain colors here or trim parts of it somewhere else.
Then one day I got caught up in a rush of inspiration until the original canvas was completely gone. There before me in its place was what, to my mind, looked like a ship of gold surrounded by several gleaming figures. The giant face of one looming beside the ship stood out more than the others and almost prompted me to name this Golden Dreamer of Love and Mercy. The prominence of a golden ship's bow reaching out of the center made me opt for a new choice.