Flight to Paradise Limited Edition Print

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Inspired by the promise of a better future, Flight to Paradise is Sergio’s last limited edition print of 2015. Order yours today!

Flight to Paradise celebrates the first step towards a cleaner future. The Paris Pact which aims to curb global warming to less than 2C (3.6F) by the end of the century was signed by nearly 200 countries in December 2015. “I believe this moment can be a turning point for the world,” President Obama said in a press conference, and called the agreement “the best chance we have to save the one planet that we’ve got.” Flight to Paradise reveals, under a cloud of smoke, a bird standing on a barb wire waiting to take flight. The silohuette of a man in bright color yellow represents the power we have to change the world. A stained and polluted world has become our legacy. Unless we take action, the cloud of smoke will close upon us to a point of no return. 

Size: 11″ x 14″
Edition: 30 Signed and numbered with pencil
Paper: Bristol Board
Medium: Two-color silkscreen process with hand applied charcoal
Unframed
$100 USD each + shipping and handling 
Shipped to US Address only!

 

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ABOUT SERGIO GOMEZ

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Sergio Gomez is a Chicago based visual artist. He received a Master of Fine Arts degree from Northern Illinois University. As an art student at Governors State University, Sergio was recipient of the Lincoln Laureate Medallion Award given by the Lincoln Academy and former Governor of Illinois Mr. Jim Edgar. Sergio’s work has been subject of solo exhibitions in the United States, Italy, Mexico and Vienna. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Spain, Sweden, Mexico, Korea and the US. His work can be found in private and public collections of the National Museum of Mexican Art, Brauer Art Museum, and the MIIT Museo Internazionale Italia Arte among others.

The human form is the most important element in Sergio’s work and it exists as an anonymous representation of the self. The figure dominates the work and it is depicted as a shadow, aura, ghost or energy light. Sergio is interested in the human and spiritual experience throughout the cycles of life.