About the artwork:
When you lose something valuable to you, no amount of soothing can make
you feel okay. Ironically, in the absence of what we grieve, something is left
in its place. Latching on to our hearts so hard, it feels like a dead end more
than just “the unknown”.
See more of Drixkie's work here.
- Print Material: Woven gallery-quality canvas
- Print Ink: HP Latex Inks - fade resistant, water-based and solvent free (no harsh chemicals)
- Frame: The canvas is stretched on a 1.25" thick, beveled wooden frame
- Ready to hang: The artwork comes with pre-mounted sawtooth hooks for ease of hanging
About Drixkie Palumar:
Laguna-based artist: Slightly awkward, mostly eager to learn. Mom on significant occasions, responder at night and always a dreamer. Drixkie hopes to bring the viewers’ attention to the topic of vulnerability and emotionality.
With the female figure as muse, watercolor represents emotions: there’s a necessity for control and yet there’s a demand for release. In this way, she hopes to help the viewer look inward and find peace in being human.