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Heaven is not Hard to Find

Jason O'Brien
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"Heaven Is Not Hard To Find" depicts a woman who reconnects again to what she thought was lost. By embracing her strengths and faults she expresses a new brand of self-love not felt before. Often times we turn to material things to artificially define our self-worth, but if you stop to realize that "Heaven is Not Hard to Find"...you too will see that you always had everything you will ever need.

A limited edition giclee on paper that ships signed and numbered with a Certificate of Authenticity from the artist. Measures 27x20 inches.

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Description

"Heaven Is Not Hard To Find" depicts a woman who reconnects again to what she thought was lost. By embracing her strengths and faults she expresses a new brand of self-love not felt before. Often times we turn to material things to artificially define our self-worth, but if you stop to realize that "Heaven is Not Hard to Find"...you too will see that you always had everything you will ever need.

A limited edition giclee on paper that ships signed and numbered with a Certificate of Authenticity from the artist. Measures 27x20 inches.

Specs.
Cert. Of Authenticity Certificated of Authenticity from the Artist
Edition Limited Edition
Edition Size 300
Framed Unframed
Height 27 inches
Length 20 inches
Medium Giclee
Signed Signed and Numbered by the Artist
SKU jaob104
Jason O'Brien
If life is my canvas, then art is my imprint. It signifies a moment in which I was inspired … I was alive. The vastness of the human spirit has always been a source of inspiration to me. Its depths and avenues are limitless, and by nature its appeal is universal. My work attempts to celebrate the human spirit as an unchained, powerful, and glorified moment in time, crystallized through strokes of colour on canvas. I begin with a creative impulse and embark on a process of self discovery, exploring the layers of what I’m trying to communicate. However, beyond merely using human emotion as a subject matter to appeal to the masses, my art is meant to be an intimate dialogue with a viewer. It starts with an invitation to peer into my world, see what I see and feel what I feel. It then transitions into something more profound – a dialogue the viewer has with themselves. I want my art to happen to them; allow it to take them on a personal journey. Since my work is rooted in human emotion, the right piece can touch the right viewer in a place then didn’t know existed, filling them with familiar joy or even exposing caverns of vulnerability. That’s because emotion can envelop the senses in an instant, just like life. As I embrace this artistic journey I continue to be motivated by the unknown. What will my next piece be and where will it take me? Art is my 6th sense for deciphering, interpreting and manifesting my thoughts and feelings. Through my work, it is my intention to leave my imprint on you.
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