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I Will Bloom, Anyway

"I will bloom, anyway"


Stunning acrylic on canvas composed to this powerful sentiment by Morgan Harper Nichols. A base of grey with contrasting white and black gives way to a moody palette with blush pinks with darkest green. This piece has so much depth and is finished with bright copper accents that catch the light and help it shine. 

This is about rising up. This is about your life, light and energy finding its way up through the concrete cracks and soaking up all the goodness it can. Every time you see this artwork I want you to be reminded of your ability to bloom, and how you will continue to grow and bring beauty and purpose despite it all.

Regular price £750.00 GBP
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Eco Impact

No known animal derivatives in the original art's materials or brushes used (checks made at source where possible); vegan.

Shipped in recyclable packaging.


Overall 18" x 24" canvas, 15mm depth.

Care Instructions

This piece is sealed with archival UV resistant gloss varnish and will repel dust, dirt and fingermarks. Would suit a floating frame. 


Signed by the artist. Certificate of authenticity and originality included. Descriptive expression of inspiration for the piece included.

Important Notes

Original art canvases are very carefully packaged prior to shipping to prevent damage. Shipping time will depend on location, but in the UK will be 1-2 weeks to allow for organisation of postage specific for this piece.

Frames not included, art only. Buyer is responsible for any import customs and duties specific to their country - please check prior to purchase. Country of origin is UK.

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