Probyn's archival fine art print are made with a multi-step process. First, she works with a world-class fine art printer who professionally photographs her paintings. She carefully oversee the process to ensuring the print is indistinguishable from the original. Then, the photograph is printed on a high-resolution printer using archival inks and museum-grade fine-art paper. Sometimes limited edition works may be hand-embellished by the artist. This increases the immediate value and the long-term investment potential. Some variances are normal as embellished artworks are all unique. All works are sealed with a UV protectant ensuring your work of art will last for many years. A Certificate of Authenticity (COA) is provided.
All The Little Things is created using acrylics and dense mediums to produce a sculptural, impasto-like effect. Circles are a recurring shape in my work suggesting the cyclical, spiritual and inclusive. This composition was inspired by Jerry Saltz, senior art critic, New York Magazine. He wrote “Now is the time for little activisms; every day” in a social media post highlighting his political opinions. All The Little Things speaks to the small but important actions we can take to help ourselves, our loved ones and the issues we care most about. I was also influenced by images of rain, something Vancouverites know well! Yellow infuses optimism into this work. The design is an interpretation of the ripple effect, a theory defined as gradually spreading influence or a series of consequences caused by a single action or event. Basically, all the little things we do everyday are important beyond own understanding. This uplifting painting will bring positive energy to you space! May be displayed horizontally or vertically.