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Ophelia Borrowed from Italian Ofelia, coined by the poet Jacopo Sannazaro in his poem Arcadia (1504), probably from the Ancient Greek ὠφέλειᾰ (ōphéleia, “help, aid, succour”). The name was used by William Shakespeare for the ill-fated love interest of Hamlet.

(astronomy) A moon of Uranus, named after the character in Hamlet.

This piece is a representation of the dual nature of our feminine emotional energy, like the sea, it can bring peace, or become overwhelming.

This piece can be hung vertical or horizontal due to the diagonal signature style.

Made with water from the Atlantic Ocean, Fluid Acrylic Paint, Air (air gun) and Fire (torch). My work is inspired by the repeating patterns in nature and our connection to the all encompassing force of life.

This piece is a one of a kind original abstract expression of my inner world and cannot be duplicated.

Each piece is finished with dripped edges and signed on the back. 1.25” Thick Gallery style canvas wired and ready to hang.

A portion of my profit from this artwork will be donated to the Ocean Conservancy.

“TOGETHER, WE CREATE SCIENCE-BASED SOLUTIONS FOR A HEALTHY OCEAN AND THE WILDLIFE AND COMMUNITIES THAT DEPEND ON IT”

This piece is located in the US. International shipping options are available. Please contact me for a quote!