‘Michael’ – Les Corps Célestes
In Medieval theology, the Archangels are said to be the guardian angels of nations and countries. They are concerned with the issues and events surrounding politics, military matters, commerce and trade – so not just flying about looking pretty. Given the state of the world at this time in our history, I feel we are in great need of some of Michael’s angelic mite. ‘Les Corps Celéstes’ (celestial bodies) interpret what some of these angelic beings might look like; androgynous and powerful yet playful.
Limited edition giclee print (edition of 25)
Somerset Velvet with a torn edge – Weight: 330gsm
This paper is traditionally made from 100% cotton to high archival standards, made at St Cuthberts Mill in Somerset.
Hand-finished with gold acrylic mediums and iridescent inks
Embossed and signed by the artist
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