The white sky XXXI

Stefano Bonazzi
£ 104.00 - £ 194.00
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The white sky XXXI Wall art Designed by Stefano Bonazzi 

The White Sky XXXI is a beautiful and thought provoking edition of The White Sky wall art series from Stefano Bonazzi. A piece of naked woman wall art, it depicts a curled sea woman suspended above a seascape. The character's head is hidden behind outstretched black wing feathers. This mysterious image makes a striking piece of naked wall art. The girl with feathers captures your attention and leaves you wondering. Are they flying or falling? Are they conscious of what is happening to them?

This artwork is part of The White Sky collection, each depicting a single figure in a lonely landscape, framed by a cloudy white sky. This image is reminiscent of a flying girl caught on camera - or is the girl falling in water?  Stefano says of these canvas prints: “Surrealism is a tool to express a range of emotions that you would not see through more conventional means.”

Available in a choice of sizes to suit any space, this naked woman canvas print will add atmosphere and inspiration to your interior. The falling girl is both graceful and mesmerising. 

About the collection

Stefano Bonazzi’s surreal art canvases often starts with photographs of objects, people or textures which are then combined with other elements, using digital techniques. For more about his work, including this flying girl picture, read our blog article.

More wall art like this

Stefano's work spans many themes and styles, all of which nod to the surreal - a firm favourite style here at Mineheart. Explore more surreal wall art in our collection. If you're looking to get naked wall art like White Sky XXXI and pair it with other images, take a look at the full White Sky collection. You might also like our range of Landscapes wall art.

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Collection:
The White Sky