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Original art work painting "Back in universe"

Original art work painting "Back in universe"

Ordinarie pris 30 000 SEK
Ordinarie pris Försäljningspris 30 000 SEK
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Original Painting.

”Back in universe” Inspired by the art of existing and allt the energy that’s out there. What happens after we pass on in the afterlife. Since energy can not be destroyed where does it go? The universe that’s so huge, that we can’t really understand how large it is. And on top of it all, it’s expanding. HA?! Yes it’s a good inspiration for a painting. Livingroom art or other interior designs, could it fit in any of you magical space?

190x100cm Acrylic on cotton canvas.

(The photos of it its before it’s stretched out on a proper frame so Painting will be 5-7 cm smaler on each side when stretched.

OBS!! This canvas is quite delicate and thin. It need to be handled with great care.

 This canvas is in the section of XXL paintings and may need to be taken off its stretcher in order to ship world wide. Ship cost is included in price when shipped in a tube. 

To buy this painting as is stretched on frame, please contact me at : ericawallstrom@hotmail.com for an exact shipping price. 

I will calculate the correct ship cost and send an invoice through Pay Pal.
Ship cost differ depending on where you live and size of art work.

Painting will be traveling in a constructed box for safe delivery. The handling process is about 1 week before its ready to ship.

All paintings comes with a certificate of authenticity.

This painting will soon be available as a canvas print, in smaller sizes. 


If you have any questions please send us an email at ericawallstrom@hotmail.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible!


Sizes: all sizes can be made (just ask us for custom size)

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A little bit about me

Since I was born I have always had a creative mind. Ideas and thoughts just pops up in my mind contentiously. They come fast and I can´t really control how they come about. It was the same when I found my way of painting. A couple of years after finishing art school I was painting with my son one day, then it just happened. My son showed me the playful way of not thinking, when painting and that the process should not be controlled. But most of all to trust in the process and not to be afraid of doing wrong. It needs to just happen.