a disappearing people

by Meirav Gebler $75.00 - 125.00
Community Voted

Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery. Please select standard shipping when ordering. At this time, this item cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes or to APO/FPO or US Territories. Contact custom@uncommongoods.com with any questions.

Add to:   
  |  
  • the story

Fading Forms

Letting fluid watercolor blend naturally, artist Meirav Gebler's painting showcases the relationship between opposing forces. In this serene print reproduction, a collection of evanescent figures seem to be in deep conversation. The artist does not try to control the flow of watercolors, but instead gently guides them with a few simple brushstrokes -- a vibrant metaphor for our interactions in everyday life.

Printed and framed in Oregon, Gebler's Human Landscapes series explores chaos and order through the spontaneous reactions of watercolor with a few thoughtful brushstrokes. Made in the USA.

  • details
Community Voted
Item ID
24447
Made from
acid free matboard, plexi-glass, acid free paper, BonanzaWood®, acid free ink
Measurements
Framed: 14" H x 18" W; Unframed: 12" H x 16" W
Notes
Available framed, ready to hang with white BonanzaWood® frame and plexi or as an unframed print, mounted on white acid fee mat backing.
  • the maker

Meirav Gebler

Meirav is an artist on an adventure. After graduating from University of Michigan's Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design in 2012, she spent half the year traveling the world, soaking up inspiration from all the colorful lands and people she met along the way. She is now based in Brooklyn, creating her own worlds inspired by memories of her travels and everyday experiences living in NYC. One of her favorite moments while painting is watching the paints interact with each other. Spontaneous reactions occur and the media comes to life. Often times the movements of the media erases evidence of paintbrush strokes—the human hand involved. This removal of the human touch arouses a sense of mystery and ambiguity provoking one to think beyond one’s own human experience. Her hope is that her works can transport people to places beyond themselves. To remind one to pause, reflect, and remember why we live, what makes us feel alive. collection

You might also like…

gift finder

Choose one or more options below to find your perfect gift.


gift finder submit