The Last Bastion Of Hope is the latest in my “bleak postcards” series of paintings* to be released as a limited edition print.
Set in a bleak, twilit landscape, the neon serves as a sign of life, of hope, in this barren wilderness. And yet, as you draw nearer, you can’t shake the creeping feeling that this place was abandoned long ago. It’s just that someone forgot to switch the neon lights off.
The print is a limited giclée print from an edition of 50, signed and numbered by the artist, and printed on 330gsm Somerset Velvet paper with hand torn deckled edges.
Available now through Art Republic.