Location: Valencia, Spain.
A Note From The Artist:
I called this piece Cetacean because the architecture resembles the spine of a large animal - a whale. Cetacean is a collective term used to describe a group of aquatic mammals such as dolphins and whales. The building itself is the Museu de les Ciències Príncep Felip or the Prince Philip Science Museum in Valencia. It forms part of the City of Arts and Sciences designed by architect Calatrava.
The shallow lake at the front of the museum creates an almost perfect reflection of this remarkable structure when the weather is calm. As I gaze at the museum and its reflection, I couldn't help but succumb to staring at the repetitive odd-shaped pattern, feeling a sense of calm and wellbeing that eventually sends my mind into a drift. Whilst feeling mentally relaxed, my eyes wander through the fractal back and forth as if I was lost in a visual maze.
Prize Sizes: Sizing Guide Page
SMALL / ARTIST PRINT: 12” x 8” (+ 0.5” border)
Edition of 150
MEDIUM / STUDIO PRINT: 24" x 16” (+0.5” border) *Best Value For Size:Price*
Edition of 150
LARGE / GALLERY PRINT: 36” x 24” (+0.5” border)
Edition of 25
EXTRA LARGE / MASTER PRINT: 60” x 40” (no border)
Edition of 15
Printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag, a fine art paper with a subtle texture that gives a luxurious feel in your hand. The museum-quality print is fade-resistant with colors that will last for 100+ years. Each print is accompanied by a certificate with hologram, signature, and edition series.