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There’s no better medium for art or graphic design than canvas. Our prints are solid yet refined works of art in their own right. Add a striking and unique masterpiece to any room.
Art comes in many shapes and sizes, and our canvas prints are built to fit each of them. The final dimensions will depend on the image you choose, but to give you an idea, here are the most common photographic sizes:
Not sure yet what I meant by painting this… Perhaps about conscious or reality or logic (right) and subconcious or dreams or emotions (left) tearing a person apart.
circus, acrobat, tamer, puppet, soul images, conscious, subconscious, emotions, ina mar, doll
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very interesting Ina…Perhaps there is some reference in there to anima/animus as well with the male & female figure? Anyway hope you get to the bottom of the meaning of it for you :)
torn apart with a slight smile…hummmm very interesting indeed Ina!
Intriguing concept, beautiful work, xo
“Tamer.” Never thought of that one. Perhaps our friend The Doll is being assembled incorrectly; will she be rescued, will an argument ensue, will she be doomed to be a shape-shifter … to be continued“The Tamers”
hahaha! Thank you so much for stopping by Margot, it is such a pleasure! I don’t know who is doing a better job assembling the dolly, is it the tamer or is it the girl? They both seem to have more philosophical baggage than know-how in assembling! Who knows how the doll looks like in the next painting!
– Ina Mar
symbolic and strong…i enjoy your use of this paper doll motif….your work offers me magic…
great one Ina… and maybe not always important what it really means….Because , if you could express it in words…. you wouldn’t need to paint it !!!
wonderful concept Ina. Beautiful work.
thank you so much Shylie :) I think it is difficult to make someone laugh, so I am happy I could make you laugh! It’s not necessarily a serious painting, I would like people to interpret it as they wish…
One of your best Ina!
oh, thank you!!
Superbly creative work!