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Between Sun and Sacrifice

Between Sun and Sacrifice

When I painted "Between Sun and Sacrifice," a vivid image formed in my mind. I envisioned a serene beach, one that had witnessed the ebb and flow of countless tides, stories, and emotions. In this vastness, a lone soldier stood, clad in his worn attire. I felt an intense connection to him, as if I could sense his contemplative thoughts, his silent reflections on responsibilities, friendships, and the nature of war.

While crafting the scene, I took special care to highlight the soldier's stance and features. I wanted to capture that deep-seated resilience I felt from him. In the background, the contrasting hues of the setting sun and the approaching night became evident. I was keen on capturing that particular fleeting moment, hence the abrupt transition of colors. I admit, there were times I questioned my color choices, especially the pronounced golden tint on the soldier. It was a challenge to balance between emphasizing the emotional impact and staying true to natural lighting.

The eagle soaring high was a spontaneous addition. It brought a hint of movement and life to the scene, representing a surge of hope and possibly a message in transit.

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Digital Download - Instant gratification! Have the file available to you at checkout in 5 different aspect ratios!

Pearl Linen Postcard - This 3.5"x5" postcard is printed on linen, creating a almost canvas appearance. Between the linen weaves are pearlescent clusters, which increase the contrast of the art.

Holographic Poster - Printed on 8.5"x11" heavy duty card stock, these posters are dipped in holographic foil prior to printing. This enhances all of the darker tones in each painting (especially the line art), bringing subtle shards of iridescent colors when hit with direct light.

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