Smile Art Print
For a new series titled Static Movements, David Vanadia uses anatomical symbols to explore themes of self. One of four prints, Keep Smile, was initially created entirely using brush and Indian ink to "transcribe concepts in a simplified way," says the artist.
"This series revolves around two opposing concepts, movement and impassibility. Although, I don't want to lock the expression into verbal concepts. I'm very happy with the idea that everyone is free to experience this series on their own terms. I think it's more interesting to break free from words and leave the door open to emotions, feelings, silence and reflection."
Limited edition numbered print with a certificate of authenticity.
Printed using an archival Giclée method on 310 gsm cotton rag paper.