Affects of Denial - Limited Edition Giclée

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Affects of Denial - Limited Edition Giclée

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Limited Edition Giclée, Unframed:  (click image for full view) digitally printed using archival ink, on acid-free cotton rag, reviewed for color accuracy by the artist. This first edition is limited to 5 large prints. Image size is 20.5" x 15.25" horizontal.  Paper size is 21.5" x 16.25" horizontal. This selection has no mat and no frame, but includes the image story and authentication document. It will be shipped in a mailing tube.

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Affects of Denial

In this room, colored by the subjective truths of others, a woman sits in hope (blue chair) of finding acceptance. She is aware of the vigilance of those around her and, in an attempt to meet their expectations, denies her intuition (missing left arm). Cut off from her intuitive self, and without its inspiration, she is unable to manifest her will (broken right arm on the game table). Where she once kept hope within her, there is only emptiness. The color in her lips shows she's still alive, but she's paralyzed. Perhaps the faded memory of her higher self can revive her.

This is what depression looks like and, though it's not caused by a conscious act of self denial, the experience of disconnectedness is similar. In the period of chemical imbalance, a victim's awareness of well-wishers can heighten self-contempt. The victim may feel an unspoken judgment that they are broken and ineffective, that they do not belong. Sometimes to survive such an isolating experience, one needs only the knowledge that when they come back out of that room, someone remembers them as they were, and hope can return with the daylight. That, and maybe some help with the laundry.


  • Original Painting, Framed: on acid-free cotton rag, framed per artist's direction, using archival materials including UV protecting Tru Vue Glass. Frame is black wood. Framed size is 31" x 25" horizontal.
  • Limited Edition Giclée, Unframed: digitally printed using archival ink, on acid-free cotton rag, reviewed for color accuracy by the artist. This first edition is limited to 5 large prints. Image size is 20.5" x 15.25" horizontal.  Paper size is 21.5" x 16.25" horizontal. This selection has no mat and no frame, but includes the image story and authentication document. It will be shipped in a mailing tube.