Someone was saying the music was over and no one had noticed
Someone was saying the music was over and no one had noticed Someone was saying the music was over and no one had noticed Someone was saying the music was over and no one had noticed Someone was saying the music was over and no one had noticed Someone was saying the music was over and no one had noticed

DIMENSIONS 12" x 12" MEDIUM archival pigment print

Limited edition of 50, 2012
Accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed and numbered by the artist

Cynthia Daignault's paintings focus on how unreliable our own conscious narration of reality is. By isolating specific instances of the world over time (clouds moving across the sky, for example), Daignault shakes the foundation of an absolute perception while also revealing how beautiful those uncertain moments can be. This print is in league with her other technology-centric paintings, which examine the psychic properties of physical electronics - both its inevitable obsolescence and quiet dignity.

Framing options are black or white painted wood, 3/4" wide flat face and 1" deep, with UV acrylic glass.

$150.00