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Limited edition of 50


This print is set square at 40x30cms 16 x 12"and  is scaled to size with a 1/4 inch / 5mm white border. Please get in touch  if you require a different size, including very large.


About this work:
This is another image that has a long history and is a good example of how I like to lead an original work, in this case a sculpture, through other transformations, to meet this point.


It started with a small sculpture called 'Fire Bug' (see image) where I was experimenting with flame, matches and steel contraptions whilst filming its brief life. (This work is related to my other digital print 'Bug'.)


I took a still from the video, manipulated and repeated the single image until I arrived at a symmetry that worked and I considered to be a good 2D version of the thought behind the sculptures.


The title refers to a line from a William Blake poem:


The Tiger


Tyger Tyger, burning bright, 

In the forests of the night; 

What immortal hand or eye, 

Could frame thy fearful symmetry?


(Read the complete poem here)


Ideas around repetition and pattens  creates a palimpsest of meanings which are linked through time as a new work emerges from the old. The original work is redeemed, transformed into a new way of being.

The fine Print:


Giclee print on Smooth Fine Art Rag Paper 100% Cotton - Acid Free (190 gsm) Archival grade.

I have chosen a bright white for this print to highlight the black density.


A titled, signed and numbered certificate of authenticity will be provided with the work. (Hahnemhules Artwork protection Hologram System.)


Professionally protected and securely wrapped.

Free worldwide shipping.

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