Arbol De Esperanza
In Frida’s own painting of The Tree of Hope, she shows herself on a hospital bed with her back cut open—she is hopeful that yet another surgery will heal her and the pain she feels. We often use flowers to heal us. I use flowers to shield me from my pain. They are the most natural therapy.
- Fine art photograph, printed to order.
Printed on Hahnemuhl Photo Rag paper to create the effect that the flowers are coming through the paper. Ranging from 5x5” to 44x66” in size. All prints 24X30” and above are signed and editioned by Ashley. If you would like a custom size, please contact us.
- We do not offer framing service for online orders. For framing, we suggest using a local framer. Click here to view a list of some of our favorite framers.
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We named this peony after one of my all-time favorite songs, “Adia” by Sarah McLachlan. The lyrics have such deep emotion throughout the entire song but we relate to “We are born innocent, Believe me Adia, we are still innocent, It’s easy we all falter, Does it matter?” There are so many interpretations of this song but for us it just means love.
Into the Mystic
"We were born before the windAlso younger than the sunEre the bonnie boat was wonAs we sailed into the mystic Hark, now hear the sailors crySmell the sea and feel the skyLet your soul and spirit flyInto the mystic And when that fog horn blowsI will be coming home, mmm mmmAnd when the fog horn blowsI want to hear itI don't have to fear it I wanna rock your gypsy soulJust like way back in the days of oldThen magnificently we will floatInto the mystic" -Van Morrison..