Revelation by Heidi Taillefer

by Denis on April 9, 2013

Heidi Taillefer
‘s current exhibition at the Copro Gallery in Los Angeles, The Land of the Blind, will be closing in the next few days.  In this exhibition, she introduces new and unique sculptural works centered around the theme of Eros which are amazing and I encourage everyone to click on the link above to see images and a proper description of these hand cast dolls.

This brings me to Revelation, Heidi’s new limited edition print.  This print is a reproduction of her painting of the same name that was part of her 2010 exhibition at the Michael Berger Gallery.  Here is a description of that work, as per Heidi:

Revelation is a painting about transformation of oneself, from sinister and malevolent to an evolution towards the light. The horse is Pegasus of greek mythology, who grew from the blood of the head of Medusa. A symbol of wisdom, Pegasus rides out from a blood soaked coach shell as a cloud of ominous ravens, giving the horse it’s blackened color. But he moves from the sinister or left side towards the towards to glow of light and wisdom on the right, which characterizes his ultimate being.

Edition: 40
Signed & Numbered
Technique: Giclée
Paper: Hahnemühle Photo Rag
Paper Size: 18 x 24 inches
Image Size: 15 x 23 inches

The print will be available at on April 11th and, on that day only, it will be sold at the special price of $265.  Starting the following day, the print will be sold at its regular price of $295.

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by Denis on April 9, 2013

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