A place empty of separation  print in frame.

A place empty of separation. A place of stillness.
When the stillness of the tomb takes away my thoughts, then the words " I ", " me " and " mine " have no meaning.

An acceptance that all things change and are impermanent, reminds me that I am also subject to this change, over which I have no control.
The ' I ' is always changing.
The concept of a self is dependent upon some form of consistency or permanence and separation.
That is the delusion.
A sense of self helps us navigate our lives, but it resides in thought, which is only about past and future.
When the stillness of the tomb takes away my thoughts, then the words " I ", " me " and " mine " have no meaning.

When visiting Durham Cathedral I found a tomb that created within me a feeling of total stillness. In this stillness, the words " I ", " me " and " mine " have no meaning. Perhaps that is the magic of many sacred places. A feeling of both connection and stillness.

Limited edition signed print.
Details:

£85 including p&p (Frame and mount not included ).
Hand signed and numbered prints limited to a total run of 500.
Archival Giclee print on acid free 220g/m2 high quality watercolour paper.

Archival Giclee prints are produced using very high quality inks producing a high level of quality and longevity. The above image is an example of the type of framing we use but please note the frame and mount is not included in the price. The actual size of the image (including a margin to show the signature and number) is 20.5cm x 29cm.

We recommend you frame your print with a deep mount of approximately 10-15cm and a simple wooden frame. This makes the overall frame size approximately 45cm x 55cm.

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A place empty of separation

The tree of knowledge and the serpent, brought us the illusion of a separate self. The stillness of the tomb unites us.

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