White Light by Colette Miller

$1,350.00

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What’s included with purchase:

  • Two wings (approx. finished size is 30″ x 49″ Each Wing)
  • Application squeegee
  • Signed certificate of authenticity
  • Application direction sheet

Artist: Colette Miller
Date: 2015
Medium: Removable adhesive backed fabric printed with Eco-Solvent inks and hand embellished and signed by the artist.
Edition: 25
Note: Each set is unique and varies slightly. Artwork ships up to two weeks after order is received.

All artwork purchases are non-returnable

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About the Artist

Artist Bio:
With a mother who grew up in Holland and Indonesia and a father who grew up in the United States, Colette Miller has always been globally connected. In 2012 she began The Global Wings Project, for which she has become internationally known and beloved.

Using a variety of techniques including painting, wheatpasting and drawing, Miller installs her wings on streets and in neighborhoods throughout the world that could stand to benefit most from her message of peace and moral fortitude. The wings themselves are nostalgically reminiscent of the panels painted by Fra Angelico in the early 1400s during the Italian Renaissance. They possess an aura, a glow, a presence that is both otherworldly and universal. They are also incomplete. Although Miller’s wings allude to benevolent angels, where we expect to see the body of that being we are met with a void and a challenge instead.

Since Miller’s wings are always positioned at eye-level, we are encouraged to step in between them, put them on and make an unspoken commitment to ourselves to live graciously and become the guardian angels of others. This pact, this opportunity, not only inspires us to be our best most loving selves, but also serves as a powerful reminder of the underlying good we should expect in others in turn.

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