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The green used in the background of ‘Garden of the Soul’ was created in tribute and gratitude to all the key workers around the world fighting coronavirus in 2020. The name ‘Garden of the Soul’ was named in a competition on my social media and it fits this piece perfectly. This painting resonates the story of a keyworker finally having a moment to breathe and relax in a garden, after a long shift, making the feelings of this piece both sad and relieved at the same time. It was created using a technique called pointillism with a straw in the background, and acrylic and skin tone pencils on the lady. This piece is a favourite among my customers, and I hope it is your favourite too!


My Paper Prints come in 2 sizes and 2 options of Canon photo paper finishes, Matte (170 g/m2) and Gloss (300 g/m2). The Matte finish gives the print a soft looking, non-glossy finish, yet maintains the vivid colour and high brightness. The gloss finish is printed on Pro Platinum paper, which gives a ultimate high gloss finish, high brightness and optical density thanks to its 6 layer construction. Prints are printed and packaged in a home Studio by U.Millie_Art on weekdays. When creating your order of paper prints, 24 hours will be allowed between printing and packaging, to ensure your print is fully dry. 


Note: Frame not included.

'The Garden of the Soul'

Paper Finish
  • Canon recommends handling the paper by its edges and avoid touching the print surface. Dirt and Scratches can impair print quality. Avoid bending the paper, scratching it, or getting fingerprints on the print surface. Store your print in albums, clear photo sleeves or glass frames to protect them from direct exposure to air. Leaving your print in direct sunlight, locations exposed to high temperatures and humidity will overtime damage your print.

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