Due to size, this RUN is only available unframed.
"This piece is part of a series of animals I have been working on for a while now. It was originally part of a larger totem piece with a Bengal tiger, but after creating the piece I realized the animals were powerful enough to live in their own space so I broke the piece up into the individual animals.
A lot of my artwork is loaded with symbolism and sacred geometry. I was getting lots of visions about owls and symbols of wisdom. One night I set out for a hike up in the mountains and at the trail head saw the silhouette of a very large owl. It looked like a statue as the moonlight highlighted it's massive body. When I got closer to it, it stretched out it's long wings and I stood there frozen taking in the moment of seeing this powerful bird rise above me. I couldn't make out a lot of the detail but could feel it's strong presence. I felt very inspired to recreate that moment." - Chris Saunders
About the artist:
is an American artist, designer and illustrator based in Venice Beach,CA. After getting a BFA in graphic design at Maine College of Art in Portland, Maine he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in animation and motiongraphics for commercial, tv and film. Chris has consulted with top leading agencies and brands over the last decade as a freelance designer in LA and NYC and also taught motion design at The Art Center College of Design from 2006-2008.
After having a near death experience in 2009, Chris found himself being compelled to create images that were pouring from his subconscious that explored themes of connectedness, abstraction, and psychedelic experience.
Chris utilizes art and design as a vehicle to promote inspiration, productive rebellion, intentional evolution, and self awareness.
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