From the Unidentified Humans series, it started as an experiment with digital tools and evolved into oil paintings. The story came upon while working on some faces from imagination and developed into portraits, they are not real people, but they still are human, I’m sure there must be someone out there alike. Eighth one from the series. This is a digital painting made with a digital pen and a painting program. I use the same approach as painting oils starting with a “blank canvas” per say.
Printed on thick matte 300gsm museum quality Moab Entrada rag paper and archival Canon inks. This combination of acid-free paper and inks renders beautiful prints that will last a lifetime.
Paper size: 13 x 19 inches.
Image size: 12 x 17 inches.
Handle giclée prints with care, avoid touching the surface. Hold prints by its edges, and keep them away from moisture and high humidity.
*Frame not included. I leave that to your imagination and needs, but I can suggest some frames if you need to.
Feel free to ask me anything should you have any questions, thank you.