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0. Facing The Storm With Closed Eyes and Opened Hearts  (Limited Edition)

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  • Limited edition, signed and includes a certificate of authenticity.

Material: Printed on Epson Enhanced Matte Paper 192gsm.

EPSON Enhanced Matte Paper is a bright white, non-glare, matte surface substrate with a 40% increase in colour gamut compared to that of the existing Doubleweight Matte and Watercolor Paper Radiant White media. This media is ideally suited to photography and Fine Art applications where excellent colour vividness is required

  • Rolled in a tube and ready for framing behind glass.
  • You can reach out via email – for custom requests

Print size in “CM” and “Inches”

  • The A0 size print measures 83.82 x 104.14cm, 33 x 41 inches.
  • The A1 size print measures 58.42 x 71.12cm, 23 x 28 inches.
  • The A2 size print measures 40.64 x 50.8cm, 16 x 20 inches.
  • The A3 size print measures 30.48 x 38.1cm, 12 x 15 inches.
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Facing The Storm With Closed Eyes and Opened Hearts 
The Storm, aah… it can’t always be a bad thing, especially when you’ve been left to dry out in the sun. Sometimes it’s a sign, it’s a good feeling, the sweet smell of rain carried in the cold wind through the air.

It starts with a whisper, a murmur among the leaves, a gentle rustle that sends shivers down your spine. You look up at the sky, once bright and blinding, now cloaked in heavy, rolling clouds that promise relief. The first drops are hesitant, like an old friend unsure of their welcome, but soon they gain confidence, drumming a steady rhythm on the ground.

You close your eyes, letting the rain wash over you, feeling the tension of the dry days melt away. It’s as if the storm is cleansing more than just the parched land; it’s washing away your worries and fatigue. Each drop is a tiny miracle, a reminder of nature’s power to renew and refresh.

And then, as quickly as it began, it starts to fade. The rain eases to a drizzle, the thunder’s roar softens to a distant grumble, and the clouds begin to break apart, revealing slivers of blue. The air is cool and crisp, the world around you cleansed and quiet.

You stand there, soaked to the skin but feeling lighter, rejuvenated. The storm has passed, leaving behind a world transformed. It wasn’t just a storm; it was a gift, a reminder of life’s unpredictable beauty and the promise of new beginnings.

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A0, A1, A2, A3