Originally my concept stems from Shakespeare’s unfortunate figure of Ophelia in his play Hamlet. However, instead of focusing on the tragedy of Ophelia’s tale I wanted to explore the struggle and then eventual calm within her. In the painting she is a living Ophelia, refusing to be consumed by the thoughts of her father's death or her lover's ruinous ways.
There is blue light that swims with the colors of naked splendor released from a life enclosed. In the modernizing of the story, the stream in which she drowns becomes instead a swimming pool with bright blue colors that contrasts with and enhances the figure’s red hair and pale skin tones.
Enlivening for me is this image of cool, blue water and red hair; the whole world of my thoughts triggered by the bottom of a swimming pool.
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- Our high-quality giclee prints are produced on a proprietary material carefully selected for its ability to display rich, vibrant colors, capture subtle detail, and remain crinkle-free. Limited Edition of 100.
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- Each canvas print is gallery-wrapped and stretched on 1.5’’ stretcher bars with a semi-gloss finish. Limited Edition of 100.
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- Framing currently unavailable. All canvases are printed with mirror imaging along the 1.5’’ stretcher profile for a polished, unframed display.
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- 24.0" x 30.0"
- Oil on canvas
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