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Red ball 8 x 10 inch
Red ball 8 x 10 inch
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Red ball 8 x 10 inch

Regular price £45.00
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The energy of 'Red ball'

The red ball represents something about ourselves that feels ingrained, but that we don't like. We might wish we could throw the ball away. Instead we could view it as soft clay, keep its truth but shift its shape, so it's easier to own. The energy of the painting is honest and direct. It wants to empower us to realise our full potential through change.

My intention is that 'Red ball' brings the courage to transform. SAL

The print details:

Print size 8 x 10 inch, image size 7 x 9.33 inch; Fine Art Giclée print on 290gsm Fine Art Eco-friendly Hahnemühle Bamboo paper, archival life 80 years; please handle this special soft-felt textured paper with care.

Please be aware that device screens can show variations in colour. The colours of the print you will receive will be the closest possible match to those imagined by SAL.

For this print in poster-size 16 x 20 inch click HERE.

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SALchemy print sustainability

SALchemy prints care for the environment, in three ways:

1. The prints travel direct to you from theprintspace. Theprintspace is the UK’s only Fine Art & Photo printing service that is completely carbon neutral; recyclable packaging envelopes and cardboard stiffeners, paper tape made from 100% recycled fibres, and biodegradable bubble wrap all make a difference.

2. Hahnemühle Bamboo paper is the world’s first Fine Art inkjet paper made from 90% bamboo fibres and 10% cotton for resource-saving paper production. It doesn't contain optical brighteners, and is acid- and lignin-free.

3. A tree will be planted for each print sold. To achieve this, SALchemy.uk partners with OneTreePlanted, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to global reforestation. SALchemy-funded trees will be planted in the Andes.