Paper prints: Printed on high-end quality fine art 300 gr. paper. Prints are produced on acid-free papers and guarantee to last a lifetime without fading or loss of color.
Canvas prints: Printet on high quality mat canvas which is completely free of reflections from lightning. The canvas is coated for UV protection and can be wiped over with a damp cloth. Does not include wood frame.
Canvas prints are unstretched since this is more safe and cost effective. You can stretch the canvas yourself or get it done in your local frame store.
All prints are hand signed and carefully shipped in heavy duty postal tubes sent directly from Stephanie Dyrby’s studio in Denmark.
As a young individual I often wonder how life will turn out for me and whether I will be able to leave any positive footprints when I’m gone. I think we all wish to make a change in the world, and hopefully also for the better. But what exactly? When we are in doubt, it’s better to try and do something, rather than sit back with regrets later in life.
This painting portraits an elderly man, reminiscing about his life, his most precious memories and his regrets. Many “what if’s” goes through his head. Behind every winkle and scar there are memories filled with emotions, reminders and life lessons.
But this is only my view of this man’s face-expression. What is your interpretation?
Reference is an Roman old statue (artist unknown) of the River God Arno, which was part of a fountain with a basin dating back to 170-180 BCE. The statue have been restored by various Renaissance artists, including the head.