Shifting Sands, Star Wars - Deluxe Edition
- Limited Edition
- Limited Edition Print
- 87 x 107 cms
- £545.00 (inc VAT)
Inspired by Star Wars, artist description at bottom.
This price of £545 is for:
DELUXE EDITION: Limited to only 20 pieces worldwide, framed size 87 x 107 cm
NB: When price matching on various sites – as we all do, please note that each of Mark’s editions supplied through Gallery 21 comes complete with our own stunning framing as shown. With wider, deeper mounts and more expensive mouldings than most on offer elsewhere.
VARIABLE OPTIONS AVAILABLE AT DATE OF PUBLICATION
Be sure to contact the gallery for current availability to avoid disappointment.
STANDARD: Framed size 94 x 78 cm
Limited Edition £ 395 – Limited to only 45 pieces worldwide
Hand Embellished Artist Proof Edition £445 – Limited to only 5 pieces worldwide
DELUXE: Framed size 87 x 107 cm
Limited Edition £545 – Limited to only 20 pieces worldwide
Hand Embellished Artist Proof Edition £660 – Limited to only 5 pieces worldwide
PREMIUM HAND EMBELLISHED CANVAS: Framed size 90.5 x 113 cm
Limited Edition on Canvas £995 – Limited to only 10 pieces worldwide
THE ORIGINAL WORK: Framed size 104 x 137 cm
Original £3,595 – only 1 piece worldwide, if available.
NB: All one off original works are bespoke framed by the artist and are enhanced to match the work.
GALLERY 21 FRAMING DETAILS:
ALL PAPER EDITIONS:
Framed using a 7cm wide double acid free mount with a 7 m wide moulding in black with silver leaf edges, as displayed.
NB: Can also be supplied in square profile matt black frame if requested.
Double framed using a 7cm wide white deep inner slip, with a 7cm wide moulding in black with silver leaf edges, as displayed. NB: Can also be supplied in square profile matt black frame if requested.
All one off original works are bespoke framed, then hand enhanced by the artist to individually match the piece.
‘Shifting Sands, Star Wars’
I have been asked so many times over recent years if I planned to create a full-on Star Wars piece with the most requested scene being the beautiful desert planet of Tatooine. I kept my promise!
The colour palette is soft and subtle, beautifully depicting the memories that so many have of the earlier films. I wanted to not hold back and feature key details that draw in so many fans whilst staying true to my style of working.
The subject is so well saturated within the commercial art world and I have wanted to do something a little different, to do the films justice and not to portray characters that are different to how they were envisaged and conceived.
The aim was not just to create a scene that was really strong visually but one where you could start to spot subtle yet massive details that would hint at something deeper. An unbreakable bond maybe?
A key aspiration was to create a sense of movement and time passing yet within an arid and stark environment where the winds blow the sand across like waves, exposing objects previously hidden. The question is, are the winds caused by mother nature or from something about to land?
I wanted to create a scene that was moving, where those return from battles passed. By leaving so much to the imagination I hope that yours runs away with you, to re-engage with your childhood memories from a cracking era.
So much has been left open to interpretation here, it has been great fun to be a part of and a long time coming and I hope that I have done justice to such an incredible cinematic masterpiece. – Mark Davies