‘Castle of Long Forgotten Dreams’ by Nona Limmen

£275.00

Artist: Nona Limmen
Title: ‘Castle of Long Forgotten Dreams’
Medium: Photograph printed on Canon Premium Plus Photo Paper (signed and dated on the back – limited edition of 1)
Dimensions: 15.5″ x 11.5″
Framing: Framed in an antique Italian Messing frame
Year of Creation: 2024
Artwork Will Ship From:
The Netherlands

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‘Castle of Long Forgotten Dreams’ by Nona Limmen

Artist: Nona Limmen
Title: ‘Castle of Long Forgotten Dreams’
Medium: Photograph printed on Canon Premium Plus Photo Paper (signed and dated on the back – limited edition of 1)
Dimensions: 15.5″ x 11.5″
Framing: Framed in an antique Italian Messing frame
Year of Creation: 2024
Artwork Will Ship From:
The Netherlands

About the Artwork:

High, high up in the clouds…

About the Artist:

Through photography and art direction, Dutch artist Nona Limmen (1986) explores ideas of mythology, symbolism, the occult, and shadow work. With her dreamlike and thought-provoking images the Beverwijk born artist invites the viewer to self-analysis, gently nudging them to tap into their subconscious and examine their inner world.

By mixing themes of the collective unconscious and inner power with the obscure, the artist explores the perpetual interaction between light and shadow. Her lense serves as a liminal space that lures you in and makes the world around you fall away as you’re drawn through a portal of her own creation. A realm both ancient and familiar, like a faded memory you didn’t know you had, but yet wish you can always go back to.