This Limited-Edition (Series limited to 20 copies) Fine Art Print of Renata Santamarina's "Funeral Guest .1 Hummingbird Girl BW" is a masterfully reproduced version of the original Pen on Paper work. This Fine Art Print is reproduced in high resolution using pigment based inks on Hahnemühle Eco Agave Base Fiber Paper.
This giclee paper is produced using agave fibers. 70% of this unique, environmentally friendly paper is made from sisal fibers. The base material stands out with its bright white natural tone and does not contain optical brighteners. The rough, yet delicately defined surface texture gives Renata Santamarina's work a captivating sense of depth and impresses with a pleasant, soft feel. The premium matte surface guarantees outstanding print results with excellent reproduction of detail, deep black and optimum contrasts. Hahnemühle Agave is acid- and lignin-free and meets the most exacting requirements in terms of age resistance. The combination of unique raw fiber materials, bright white natural tone, balanced surface texture and the customary high print quality makes it an exclusive, versatile paper for fine art reproductions.
This paper has a thickness of 20 mil, a weight of 290 g/m2 and the image is printed with Canon Lucia Pro Pigment inks.
The paper size of this print is 20 x 24 inches, with the image framed approximately 16 x 20 within a 2" boarder. This work is embossed with the official museum artist seal for Renata Santamarina.
About the series:
"Guestlist for my funeral is a tribute to my dear ones, each character is a reflection of a loved one. The goal is to build a set of mirrors, as in the tarot, for people to be able to identify with an archetype." - Renata Santamarina
About the work:
"Hummingbird Girl is a tribute to nature warriors. People who are worried and fighting for our home. The character is one with the hummingbird, she is both feeding and being a home for them. Of course they contribute as gardeners of this petite ecosystem." - Renata Santamarina
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