Gina Marie Dunn, Utopia Pkwy. Art Studio
Golden Afternoon
2012
Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas
$11 x 14"
I love the movie "Alice in Wonderland", it's one of my favorites. The title for this painting comes from one of the songs Alice sings, called "The Golden Afternoon".
Alice:
You can learn a lot of things from the flowers
For especially in the month of June
There's a wealth of happiness and romance
All in the golden afternoon

Yes, that sounds all dandy and carefree, but there is a lot of depth to the story of Alice in Wonderland. I can really relate to Alice's struggles with the importance and instability of personal identity. She is constantly ordered to identify herself by the creatures she meets, but she herself has doubts about her identity as well. This concept of "finding yourself" is intriguing to me. It is one of my goals this year to put together a series of paintings based the themes explored in Alice in Wonderland of identity, curiosity, growing up and achieving social position. This painting is a step in that direction.

This listing is for a print of an original oil/mixed media painting. The original piece, which is sold, was created on canvas using acrylic, oil, ink and mixed media. The original has a lot of texture which is captured very well in the print. The image is 11" x 14" printed on larger paper with a white border for framing with a mat.

The original painting is highly textured and contains multiple layers of colors.

The print has been professionally ordered. The paper is of premium heavy weight luster quality which produces the most vibrant long lasting color. Somerset Velvet Giclee Prints have the authentic "look and feel" of high quality watercolor paper and are produced with Somerset Velvet paper and Epson Ultrachrome professional archival inks.

Print will be mailed in a protective envelope. It arrives packaged in a protective sleeve and stiff backing, shipped in a flat unbendy envelope or box.

Copyright of work, including all rights of reproduction in any form, are held by the artist.
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