“Sure Insecure” print
“Sure Insecure” print is part of a series composed of six female portraits. This original series of woman painting are made mostly with acrylic painting and mixed media. All are on handmade paper. And here you can find a high-quality reproduction on a print, with a variety of sizes.
In this case, the artist Clarafosca wants to talk about emotions, that can be classified into primary and complex. And many of them are associated with a single facial expression.
In this painting, we appreciate the emotions conveyed by facial expression.
For some reason, confidence in the girl’s portrait has disappeared. Doubts begin to appear, not knowing if she is ready to face what is coming. Then the security she had becomes insecurity, and the uncertainty begins to creep in.
But, after the whirlpool of feelings, inner security comes to the fore. Then the expression.
“Sure Insecure” print, has a contrast of warm and cold colors. It asks attention to the viewer, that something is happening in this portrait. The expression talks by itself, giving these opposite feelings.
It is a unique piece of contemporary art that will add a touch of personality on your walls.
Sure Insecure print sizes
- Tinny print 10”x8” (20.3cm X 25.5cm)
- Small print 12″x16” (30.5cm X 40.5cm)
- Standard print 16″x20″ (40,5cm x 51cm)
- Medium print 18”x24” (45.7cm X 61cm)
- Large print 24”x36” (61cm X 91.44cm)
- Bests printing materials.
- Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
- Paperweight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
- Giclée printing quality
- Opacity: 94%
- ISO brightness: 104%
- Blank product sourced from Japan
- DOES NOT include frame or mount
Durable excellent quality wall decor, this professional gallery art print provide the colour that will stand the test of time.
Production and shipping
We include free shipping. We send our yoga breath art prints in a roll box to avoid any damage.
Production time for your print it’s between 1-3 business days and delivery can take from 2 to 5 working days.
“Sure Insecure” print painting meaning
Primary emotions are universal and innate. The smile is recognized in all cultures as a sign of happiness and social welcome, and crying is a sign of sadness.
Complex emotions have cognitive content.
But not all of us have the same security needs, as in many other areas of life. Each person has a different perception of safety and danger.
The “experiences” and “needs” of each will determine their perception of safety, which, on more than one occasion, will be completely opposite. It is not uncommon that what one person believes to be safe for another can produce insecurity.