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This is a thick (21-mil) heavy weight (310g) paper with the luxurious style of traditional artists' papers. It has a natural-white, matte finish with a textured watercolor feel.

 

 

This just for you, giclée print, is created with archival materials guaranteed to last a lifetime.

 

WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT

 

  • 100% Archival

  • Acid-Free

  • Breathtaking Colours

 

(Frame not included)

 

Painting Story:

 

It's interesting to consider how much the use of color affects the impact of this painting. Without color, the image would lose some of its vibrancy and visual interest. The contrast between light and dark values would still create depth and form, but the color adds an additional layer of emotion and meaning. Overall, the use of color in this painting enhances its impact and adds to the viewer's experience.

 

I was captivated by an image taken by a European fashion photographer, which featured a beautiful woman adorned with colorful dust and surrounded by flowers from nature. The image inspired me, and I sought permission from the photographer to use it as a reference for my own work. With their approval, I used the image as inspiration and created my own interpretation of the subject, using my own style and techniques.

 

Saying that you are "color blind" when it comes to race means that you claim to not see race or to not take race into account when interacting with others. While this may seem like a well-intentioned approach to promoting equality and treating everyone the same, it can actually be harmful and dismissive of the experiences of people of color.

 

By claiming to be color blind, you may be ignoring or minimizing the impact that race has on people's lives and the disparities and discrimination that exist in our society. It can also suggest that you are not willing to acknowledge or address the inequalities that exist.

 

Furthermore, being color blind can prevent us from appreciating and valuing the unique experiences and perspectives that people of different races bring to the table. Instead of trying to ignore race, we should strive to recognize and celebrate diversity, while also working to address the inequalities and discrimination that exist.

Color Blind Fine Art Print

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