"It is the living, the eating, the sleeping everyone needs."
- Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals
Relaxation is critical to thoughtful action. It is the first step in self-care. It is a cousin to meditation, a blood relative to joy and play.
In this piece, a woman relaxes. She is free of the day's stress. She begins to fall back, to lay and rest. She catches herself with her arm, that beacon of strength worn tired by rising. Now is the time to re-gather composure for the next battle at hand.
The poster is museum-quality, made on thick, durable, matte paper. It is printed on archival, acid-free paper in the U.S.A. – sweatshop free.
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All art prints come in a rolled packing and will need to be flattened out.
If you are planning on hanging the poster as is, you can use books on the edges to flatten it out over two hours. If you are framing the piece, you don't need to flatten it out.
Please pay attention to the size you are ordering and product image. Some sizes have the drawing up to the edge of the print (making it not ideal for a frame), and others provide the space needed for framing.
If you have any questions about which size you might need, feel free to contact us in the contact us form box in the footer of the page.
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