Artwork Description

Pastel on paper

Signed on the back.

This still life, inspired by an advertisement in a grocery catalog, was a study in the medium of pastel. The precarious arrangement of the cone and fruit as well as the potential health risks of consuming too little or too much fruit lead me to consider what a health pyramid for an emerging artist might look like. Practicing balance and well-being as an creative can be an art in itself.

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Medium

Soft pastel and pencil on pastel paper

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Unframed (requires framing)

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All art by Rebecca Hepworth

-  Reproduction of original pastel artwork by Rebecca Hepworth
- Limited edition of 25
- Acid Free
- Signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity 

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- Limited edition of 25
- True hand-made Japanese paper carefully handmade one by one
- Strong traditional paper using 40% mulberry and 60% hemp
- Unique textured surface
- Acid Free
- Signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity 
- 110gsm 

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