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Released in May 2020 following London's lockdown, Delphine says this of her new work ' Spring Quarantine' :
"Back in March and April, I used to go out early in the mornings when London was at its quietest. Blooming magnolias, luscious flowers and almond green buds were literally exploding from front gardens. The lockdown meant that these moments were brief and really precious. There was enough beauty in them to get me through a day of confinement...
When being locked up started to take its toll, I had the idea of drawing breathing masks made of this Spring around us we were forbidden to enjoy
Spring Quarantine is about our relationship with nature, as individuals and as a society."
Archival giclée on Hahnemuhle Photorag paper
Edition of 25
Size: 59 x 70cm
As with all of Delphine Lebourgeois' artworks, the narratives are open to your own intepretation.
Signed and numbered by the Artist.