Famine or Fuel
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‘Famine or Fuel’ I think the biggest threat to humanity is underestimating nature’s fury. For centuries we lived in harmony with nature and it provided us the tools to grow. As we have continued to take advantage of it, over source and bleed it nature fights back. Sometimes I wonder how we believe that we ourselves are more important than the earth we inhabit. Without our planet we cease to exist. If there were other options of survival outside of our planet would it still be justified to burn a planet and all its life forms to the ground? To essentially act as a parasite? .
I see an awakening. A greater appreciation and energy for all living things around us. A fire, A Flame and energy rising. Are you that energy?
This piece measures 11x14inches on canvas panel. It is varnished with a crystal clear gloss (does not need glass in frame).
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•Display in areas away from extreme temperature.
•Humidity can also affect the artwork. Fine art should be kept around relative humidity 40%-45. If the humidity is too high mold can develop in front and back of the painting. Consider a dehumidifier.
•Dust on a regular basis with a DRY soft cloth. Do not apply cleaning products, this can cause irreparable damage.
•Keep away from direct sunlight. Sunlight is very high in radiation (UV) which will cause the work of art to fade or could increase yellowing of varnish. Indirect light is best.
•Avoid positioning lights too close to the paintings or directly above it. The best type of light for your painting is indirect sunlight, recessed lighting, or halogen lights (not ultraviolet).
•Keep away from smoke. Close proximity to candles, fireplaces or even a cigarette can deposit nicotine and soot onto the surface of the painting.
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