One of a kind artwork, each panel is signed and dated on the front and back (copyright 2017).
“‘Uprooted No. 3’ is a panel from a series of six, each with the same title, originally presented as a Hexaptych. This series is about displacement and exile. It is my interpretation of the plight of displaced people in the world who have been uprooted from their families, homes and countries. Our roots give us life. They give us our identity.”
Each panel measures 37x37x4cm and is presented in a ‘Larson Juhl, ARQ Bari’ black and gold float frame with a foil/paint finish.
This painting was sold at the Bid and Rebuild Charity Art Auction on 14/03/19.
100% of the proceeds from the sale of this work has been donated to the two Manchester-based charities supporting refugees to rebuild their lives in the UK:
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