Large 24 x 24 inch signed limited edition print: 'Atlantic no Kioku'

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Large 24 x 24 inch signed limited edition print: 'Atlantic no Kioku'

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 This is a limited edition, archival giclée print of the original painting titled ‘Atlantic no Kioku’. This is one of only 15 printed in a limited edition and is hand-signed, titled, and editioned by Filiz. No more prints will be made once this limited edition sells out.

  • Signed and editioned by artist

  • Limited edition quantity: 15

  • Image size is 22 x 22 inches, paper size is 24 x 24 inches

  • Printed December 2016 on Hahnemulle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth 305gsm

  • Original painting unavailable, sold

  • Sold unframed. For professional framing at a discount, please contact me for options.

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About the Artwork:

The original painting, Atlantic no Kioku, is 48” x 48”, mixed media on wood, and was painted in 2011 as part of the ‘Passages’ collection.  This series of work explores the contrasts and overlaps of tangible and visceral experiences and memories I gathered after spending time living in two culturally rich and equally contrasting parts of the world: the Middle East and the Caribbean. 

Kioku means ‘remembrance, memory, recollection’ in Japanese. After living in Jordan’s dry, hot, desert climate for a year, I moved to Barbados, the easternmost island in the Caribbean. I went from living in richly complex and ancient culture, surrounded by clay, sand, and cave paintings, to a former British Colony, a lush and humid island covered in sugar cane, built upon coral and limestone, and surrounded by water. 

As I adapted from one place to another, which I initially perceived to be so vastly different, I began to recognize the commonalities and similar struggles and celebrations each country had earned as part of its identity. 

Over time, and after moving to New York City in 2010, the landscapes of the tropics and desert merged; visual imprints of ocean horizons overlapped with patterns of islamic tiles. patterns and layers of human behavior that appear across cultures and time overlapped, and my memories and stories abstracted into layers of symbols, textures and colors. 

Your print is packaged with love and care with acid-free glassine paper in an acid-free polypropylene plastic sleeve and bubble wrap. It is then shipped rolled in protective cardboard tube with USPS Priority 2-day Mail. If you are purchasing a framed print, it will be mailed in a protective cardboard box. You will be sent notification of shipment along with a tracking number as soon as it is on its way to you.

or international orders, please email me directly to calculate shipping costs and arrange delivery.