Color is Alive - Bee pollen & Oak Ink
This piece is a 1/1 artwork made with natural ink and part of the artist's project Color is Alive, a reflection on colors as living matter.
The unique yellow hue is obtained from bee pollen, donated by an Italian beekeeper living in the Euganean Hills Regional Park - homeland of Greta Desirèe Facchinato too. The deep black hue is obtained following one of the most ancient techniques to make black, by using oak galls foraged in The Netherlands and UK by the artist.
Size: 56 x 38 cm
Materials: Laurier paper. Handmade Bee Pollen ink and Oak (Quercus) gall ink.
The artwork is sold without a frame. If you are interested in buying the artwork with a frame please get in contact by email to know the possibilities.
Natural inks are different from modern synthetic inks and dyes. Because these colors are alive, they require some care to maintain their beauty & color fastness.
• Protect your artwork by using a frame with a protective glass layer
• When choosing where to display the artwork, find a location away from direct sunlight, as this may fade colors