Bubble Hunting

By   Sha Li

Price: $255.0

Size: 24.0 x 18.0 x 1.0 in Medium: prints Material: Giclee print on 340 gsm Epson Cold Press Natural Frame: The original is framed, but the print is not.

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Size: 24.0 x 18.0 x 1.0 in Medium: prints Material: Giclee print on 340 gsm Epson Cold Press Natural Frame: The original is framed, but the print is not.
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About The Artwork

Year: 2020 Style: illustration Description: In this piece artist Sha was exploring the limits and boundies of digital tools. It was inspred by sci-fi book three-body problem. Most people probably won't remember this little story mentioned in this book, but she finds the short stroy quite powerful and most importantly make her keep thinking asbout it. It's about a stroy where people hunt bubbules from one species of tree and make them into soap, which will later on transformed into thousands of bubbles in water. The writer used this little story as a metorphor of how spaceship can escape from blackhole. The unframed size of the print is 14'' x 21'' The artwork is on exhibition at Guild Gallery during the fall, 2022. Need Help? Contact sales@revart.co

About The Artist

Sha Li
Sha Li
Others;Fine Art Artist
Brooklyn, NY, United States

Sha Li is an award-winning illustrator, artist and architect working and living in NYC. She has a strong interest in narratives, which is where she started her own exploration of visual arts. A lot of her works celebrate femininity and womanhood. Her works capture sections of life and unfold hidden stories that are yet to begin.

Coming from an architecture background, Sha is trained to work with completion and certainty. But she always find beauty in half-told stories, unfinished lyrics, unspoken words, etc. She understands that no single straight line can depict her emotions, convey her feelings on the blueprint. Then she start to draw her own narratives.

Sha Li is obsessed with the ambiguity of visual narratives that raise questions to the audience without leading them to a definite answer. Instead of finding answers, she is more interested in the process of unfolding the questions. Through her work, she sees her hidden self, makes peace with her struggles, and knows who she is.