Art & Photos
The orchid on its petals' edge, takes wings to fly into our hearts. The image is included in the larger "The Exposed Series: Flowers on Black", as a part of the sub-series by the same name, "White Orchid on Black". 30 x 40 x 2 on canvas. Signed Limited Edition Print.
The photography/digital art is printed with the highest quality gicle© process available, on canvas, and coated with a UV Protection. Each piece is printed with archival ink on archival medium, and should maintain its color for over 100 years! On 2" stretcher bars, with the black background (and at times surprise petal-details) wrapping around the sides, the piece is gallery quality, and ready for hanging.
Heather J. Kirk lives in Scottsdale, Arizona where she works as a writer, photographer, digital artist and graphic designer. She is revered as an innovator in the non-profit industry, with contributions including chairing art-inspired fundraisers to providing community-based literacy and creative writing programs. In her revoluntionary brand of artistry, Ms. Kirk blends compassion and understanding with brutal honesty to create art that is informative, approachable, appealing and reality based. Takings risks, accepting and even choosing change, along with the importance of individuality and self-expression, play major roles in Heather Kirk's personal history.
Ms. Kirk's skills as both a photographer and a graphics design artist cumulate in prints that radiate with vibrancy and dimension. She has the unique ability to take an otherwise ordinary photograph, color it with an artist's touch, and make it a masterpiece. Her award-winning color photography and digital art have shown in the Art Institute and Gallery of Salisbury, Maryland; dana Gallery in Montana, Image Gallery, Lumbr© Gallery, Herberger Theater, and a solo show in @Central Gallery, all in Phoenix, Arizona.
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