The original UNTITLED SELF PORTRAIT GARDEN OF EDEN is an acrylic on canvas piece by artist M. Solorzano.
A nude self portrait. A woman (the artist) lays in a garden, comfortably exhibiting her sexuality. Playfully, an enormous metal butterfly rests on her forearm. She dangles a huge metal pear with windows on it. Ideas, maybe? And the steel flower? Hmmm? Perhaps it symbolizes a strong woman. A gorgeous millipede, with gold dust on its thousand feet and gold dots on his long body, playfully sits on her arm. And she holds bright flowers that go upwards towards the heavens. And she wears gold around her neck.
We see bright, vibrant colors, playfulness paired with a little bit of sexuality.
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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