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only itself (icon) print
only itself (icon) print
only itself (icon) print
$50.00

only itself (icon) print

Fia & I love the sea. The way it changes shape at a whim & teaches us daily to never apologize for exactly who we are. Some days growling & stormy, other days sparkling with light & still others where nothing moves on the surface while in the depths the entirety of our selves are in motion...

You may find it in another place: the desert, in a city, walking through a field. No matter your place, it’s a good & true thing to find it for & in your self. Only Itself speaks of the places that meet you fully as yourself... 

She stood there waiting to see what the sea would bring & the sea brought everything she imagined: grief & sadness & laughter & wonder, because the sea brought her only itself & met her exactly where she was.

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    • signed, titled & dated by the artist
    • printed on museum quality, 100% cotton, acid-free paper
    • comes with or without the metal wax, applied by hand
    • includes pH neutral backing board made from 100% recycled material & comes protected in a plant-based compostable bag
    • this print is a digital reproduction of Brian's original watercolor
    • printed to order at our studio
    • fits any standard 11x14 frame

        The art & story were originally created by Brian Andreas. Read More

          print description

          • signed, titled & dated by the artist
          • printed on museum quality, 100% cotton, acid-free paper
          • comes with or without the metal wax, applied by hand
          • includes pH neutral backing board made from 100% recycled material & comes protected in a plant-based compostable bag
          • this print is a digital reproduction of Brian's original watercolor
          • printed to order at our studio
          • fits any standard 11x14 frame

              artist

              The art & story were originally created by Brian Andreas. Read More