SUBLIMINAL LIGHT #art by jay

This is an oil pastel I did called “Subliminal Light” it has an ethereal, somewhat surreal color palette. It is available in several different sizes and frames in my Artshop.

Eco-friendly and minimalistic—kind of like a tiny house. The conservation framed art print, sourced from socially and environmentally responsible forests, provides a natural warmth to complement your favorite design. Framed prints available in six sizes, in a walnut, pecan or natural frame color.

  • Natural white, matte, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin-free archival paper
  • Gesso coating for rich color and smooth finish
  • Premium shatterproof acrylic cover
  • Acid-free dust cover on the back
  • Wire or sawtooth hanger included depending on size (does not include hanging hardware)
  • Every order is custom made just for you

Artwork ©Jay Mora-Shihadeh

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