‘The Weight of the Sleeping Moon, 1929’ by Benz and Chang
Artist: Benz and Chang
Title: ‘The Weight of the Sleeping Moon, 1929’
Medium: Watercolour on paper
Dimensions: 14″ x 10″
Framing: Framed (frame size: 19″ x 16″)
Year of Creation: 2020
Artwork Will Ship From: USA
About the Artwork:
“I didn’t see an ocean until I was in my twenties. When I finally saw one, it was the Pacific Ocean in California, and I found myself moved by the immensity and beauty of it. The ancientness and power of it. I often have the same sort of feeling about the moon.” – Benz
About the Artist:
Benz began having experiences with spirits and hauntings at an early age. These experiences have continued throughout his life. They have fueled his interest in dreams, ghosts, and clairvoyance from all angles, including the real, fraudulent, or imagined. Benz grew up in the American Southwest, and now enjoys living in the Pacific Northwest. He has an extensive collection of odd photos from the early 20th century. Benz has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Colorado in Boulder.
Chang is a fictional photography studio partner to Benz. He is a stuffed cat of the stuffed animal variety (not the taxidermy variety). Chang supplies the dark.