The original Marcella And The Pelican is a piece by artist M. Solorzano.
The artist paints a nude woman bathing herself in a pond with a Pelican. Both with long necks and mysterious eyes. The Woman has corset-like strings on her back, almost implying that it is keeping her together. The chokers she features on her neck are a sign of sexuality or sensuality of womanhood with a touch of "flirt".
“Marcella and the Pelican” is a truly gorgeous piece. Looking at it, it reminds us of the Garden Od Eden.
The big mysterious eyes is something that can be seen in many of the artist's other works.
A woman with nature, or within nature is also something that is often seen in many of the artist's other works.
Securely framed in one of three colors (black, white, or walnut), these premium posters exhibit their varied contents through archive-worthy photo paper and ink. For easy hanging, there’s a backing hardware piece. The framing is made of MDF - a move pointing toward ecological friendliness. Further ensuring durability, the bordering is low maintenance and resistant to swelling and warping.
.: LexJet Premium 200 gsm paper
.: Protective acrylic cover
.: Frames available in black, walnut and white finishes
.: Hanging kit already fixed
.: Matte paper finish
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