Shifting Perception 11×14 Matted Print

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Shifting Perception 11×14 Matted Print by Jay Alders

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About the Painting


“Shifting Perception” was inspired by the March 11th, 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan. 


Despite differences in Global politics and personal and social beliefs, we are all sharing this planet.  When natural disasters occur on a magnitude as enormous as the recent Tsunami we need to remember to redirect our focus towards love, support and building a global society in peace.

This piece focuses on the beauty, hope and power as opposed to the destruction and sadness.  A shift in our perceptions of each other and our world.

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Size of Original painting: 20 inches x 16 inches (40.64 cm x 50.8 cm) 

Medium: Acrylic


*Note: No worries, the © Copyright Watermark will not be on your print.


A portion of all sales of “Shifting Perception” will go towards selected charities helping Japan.



About the Artist: 

Jay Alders is a fine artist whose distinctive style & imaginative prowess is recognized around the world. 

His intricate brushwork, intense colors & superb compositions bring to life his signature elongated figures & stylized forms.

Alders has been pursuing his lifelong dream of becoming a thriving professional artist since he was a child. His outlook on success is best described by him in a recent interview with ESPN, Some people wait around for opportunity to come knocking. I prefer to just build my own door and open it.


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Weight2 lbs

Reviews

  1. Jennifer L.

    Love the art work. I had a gig redesigning a bachelor pad and searched the web for cool surf art work. It was tough to find, and I was stoked to come across Jay’s website. His style is very cool, and I especially like the story behind the pieces of work. Shipping was important as I had a deadline and the items arrived quickly. That’s stellar considering I live in the Virgin Islands.

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