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The Island of Stars
Artist's description:
"The Island of Stars" is a mystical place where stars live, it is a place isolated from the world and yet an essential part of it.
Milky Way points out where is the meeting place of Stars and the Sunset, giving it lifelike essence and a colorful dimension.

In that mystical place, people are crazy! They are practicing random kindness and senseless acts of beauty. They are helping each other in any way they can and they are very selfish! They are only concerned about their own well-being because they know that the community is prosperous only if each and every individual prospers. 
And there you will probably find a person like Timothy Leary screaming out of his lungs: "In order to use your head, you got to go out of your mind!"

Stars are gathering. Sun is getting lower and lower. The time is coming and everyone is bringing its own piece of the puzzle. It is all a coincidence and nobody knows where they are going, but they trust their instincts and they are doing the unexpected...

This painting was exhibited at:
  • The Brick Lane Gallery in London, UK (October 2016)
  • The Europe House Zagreb, in Zagreb, Croatia (Sept-Oct 2016)
  • The Pikto Gallery in Zagreb, Croatia (September 2016)
  • Bar del Convent in Barcelona, Spain (Jan - Feb 2019)
Dimensions: 70 x 50 x 1.5 cm (27.56 x 19.69 x 0.59 in)
Materials: Oil on canvas
Date and place of creation: 2016, Zagreb (Croatia)
Signature: The painting is signed on the back and comes with a signed certificate of authenticity. The painting can be signed on the front if the buyer insists and only if it mentioned upon purchasing.
Framing: This artwork is sold unframed
Packaging: Fully protected artwork in a reinforced carton box
Shipping: Within 7 days from Barcelona, Spain (with online tracking)
Price: 1520€ + shipping
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