Original art for sale at UGallery.com | Through Gaia Screams I Remember the End. Or Is It the Beginning? It's Hard to Tell... (I) by Quin de la Mer | $1,350 | mixed media artwork | 24' h x 24' w | ..\art\mixed-media-artwork-Through-Gaia-Screams-I-Remember-the-End-Or-Is-It-the-Beginning-It-s-Hard-to-Tell-65108

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Through Gaia Screams I Remember the End. Or Is It the Beginning? It's Hard to Tell... (I)

Quin de la Mer

Fresco: lime based plaster, lime paint, mineral pigments on Wood

Natural wood edges

Ready to hang


Signed on back


24 " h x 24 " w x 1.5 " d |2 lbs. 0 oz.




This piece is part of an ongoing visual-conceptual sonata titled Entanglement: A Love Story. There are two characters, Via Postel and The Wanderer. Within the context of the story, this piece was "created" by Via Postel as part of her love song to The Wanderer.

This artwork is made using a classical fresco technique composed of lime based plaster, lime paint, mineral pigments. The resulting surface and color are incredibly unique. The surface is smooth like polished stone, and the color changes with the light source. The depth and detail in the work are due to the many layered process exclusive to this ancient medium. Another notable quality is that all materials are "green" and of the earth. No artificial substance, ingredient, or varnish is used or applied. The shiny finish is the result of the friction applied during the burnishing process. Frescos are known for their durability. Although edges are somewhat fragile and can chip, the piece itself is incredibly strong. Ancient frescos have survived thousands of years and endured fire, water submersion, and war; existing today with only minor wear.

Two D-rings are attached to the back of panel. Hang directly from D-rings (not a wire). Edges are fragile. A float frame is recommended.

Quin de la Mer

Indian Wells, California

Surrounded by artists and activists in San Francisco’s Mission district, Quin de la Mer creates conceptual, mixed-media artwork. She combines classical fresco techniques and contemporary abstraction to create what she calls “Modern Frescos.” Despite the many layers and textured appearance, the surface of each artwork is smooth and highly polished. As light reflects off the surface, each piece is in a constant state of change. Music is a crucial element to her work. Quin, a classically trained pianist, considers her frescos visual pieces of music. Just as music is composed of vibration of sound, her paintings are composed of vibrations of light.

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