Here's the start of a new series I'm calling A Day at the Art Museum. This piece describes a show at the Palazzo Barberini, Rome, with Goya's art featured.
The series uses ticket stubs or simulated tickets as an anchor motif and then a plethora of collaged botanical flowers and a handprinted song bird all put together over a grid of small squares of handprinted papers, and a base sheet of archival white paper. The artwork is matted with antique white matting and measures a finished 14x11, perfect for the frame of your choice.
As with all original artwork, this piece ships for free! Get the one you most want now, it's a very limited series and I am delighted to share it with you.