A Tree Full of Love - Hand Signed Keepsake

March 08, 2017

A Tree Full of Love - Hand Signed Keepsake

Released in January 2017 the brand new unique edition 'Tree Full of Love' from accomplished artist Kerry Darlington marks a return to a much beloved subject matter.  From the early days, the Tree of Life emblem inspired by Klimt has captivated collectors; now shown in a modern romantic evolution, Tree Full of Love celebrates unconditional selfless emotion. Not just for couples and sweethearts, the work looks deeper to the connection of friendship and family. Reflecting our meaningful and heartfelt wishes for our loved ones, in which their horizon is only filled with daydreams, hugs and love hearts, these personal emblems are cast against a platinum silver sky.

Tree Full of Love Heart Keepsake

 

Offered exclusively with your purchase of Tree Full of Love is a hand signed heart keepsake; coated in gloss resin in the same manner as her famous three dimensional elements, these typically adorn many of her original and editioned work alike and have never been offered independently of her artwork before.  This is a wonderful special opportunity to own an extra little piece from the world of Kerry Darlington – to order your unique edition and exclusive love heart charm, please click here.






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