Finding Fish by James Christensen
A floating fish, which in the world of James Christensen denotes magic, subtly blends into a landscape of stone pillars and fruit-laden bushes, while a lavishly clad woman stares pensively ahead.
Captivating elegance is the result in this hand tinted stone lithograph.
Elegant and captivating are the two hallmarks you should expect of any James Christensen Hand-Tinted Original Stone Lithograph. “Finding Fish” is an excellent companion to Christensen’s “When Faeries Talk with Fishes” (Sold Out at Publisher). In James’ visual vocabulary, a floating fish connotes the presence of “magic,” the type of which he leaves for you to define. Stone lithography is considered an original art form because the image itself is created on the stone before the lithograph is made. Each lithograph of “Finding Fish” will be hand-colored by the ubiquitous Magic Fish Studio so each will be slightly different and completely unique.
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