Limited Edition Fine Art PrintSkipping through the ocean

by Jacquelyn Sloane Siklos
"Skipping through the ocean" - Limited Edition Art Print by Jacquelyn Sloane Siklos in beautiful frame options and a variety of sizes.
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Limited Edition Fine Art PrintSkipping through the ocean

by Jacquelyn Sloane Siklos
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Signed in pencil in lower right corner of artwork.
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For me, water soothes my soul. Photographing the ocean is a form of meditation and the ever changing sparkles of light are peacefully mesmerizing. In this fine art photograph, the figure of a playful child skips and dances through the surf, capturing the simple joy of water and play and reminding us of the pleasure of moments. I have always approached my photography in a playful way, exploring camera motion and blurred focus.

  • Edition Count

    350 per size, per colorway

  • Frame Size

    41" x 31"

  • Image Size

    35" x 25"

  • Framed Weight

    12.9 lbs

  • Printing

    Deluxe Pigment Ink

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  • Unique designs, freshly sourced from our community of independent artists.

    The most luxurious paper and printing techniques.

    Truly one-of-a-kind.

    Free recipient address printing.

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    about the artist

    byJacquelyn Sloane Siklos

    Toronto, CA

    Jacquelyn is an artist, working in photography and paintings in Toronto. She is rarely found without a camera - whether it's her slr, lomo or iphone. She focuses on details that are often overlooked, the mundane shapes of laundry hanging from a window, the abstract colours in a close architectural view, or the colours blurred and filtered through rain drenched window.

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