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FINE ART PRINT Abstract horse "Thunder" with artistic finish wall art Scandinavian style

FINE ART PRINT Abstract horse "Thunder" with artistic finish wall art Scandinavian style

Ordinarie pris 550 SEK
Ordinarie pris Försäljningspris 550 SEK
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"Thunder run"

When painting this exploding strong horse running forward like the thunder lightning up in those clouds. It reminded me about the importance of letting go when the flow comes in to your life. To just let go and run with it for a while. Stop to think and just go whit the flow. It then can show you new forces that you need to adapt or maybe forces that needs to be let go.  

Original painting measures 150x150 cm and you can find it here

Or if you like as a FINE ART PRINT here

Classic Matte Fine Art paper 230 g has a matte finish and light tone, which ensures contrasting printing in high resolution. We then print your poster with pigmented ink in 10 colors for a fantastically saturated result. The paper comes from forests managed according to a wide range of social and environmental criteria. Among other things, no more trees must be felled than the forest has time to reproduce. Poster paper is therefore also a sustainable choice for your image.

Many frame styles to choose from OBS, frame larger than 70 x 70 cm is not available in this product listing. If you would like a large artwork framed you can find the same artwork as a canvas art print here


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.