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Autumn Hunter Art

Far, Far, Away (Zelda) Canvas Print

Far, Far, Away (Zelda) Canvas Print

Regular price $360.00 USD
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You know that feeling when you want to disappear? Go somewhere no one recognizes you? Be incognito long enough to remember how to relax?

It doesn’t have to happen after embarrassment or tragedy. Sometimes I just want to go on an adventure and not be known. Feel a certain kind of freedom that isn’t available to most of us in real life. That “ride my bike down a steep hill” kind of freedom you feel as a kid.

That’s what I tried to capture in Far Far Away (Zelda).

It’s rumored that Marilyn Monroe had an alter ego she would dress up (or down) as when she wanted to go out and blend in. Her name was Zelda Zonk. The last photo is the only known image of Zelda, to my knowledge.


Giclée print on acid-free, archival grade canvas 1.5" thick

Image is mirrored around canvas edges

Solid wood stretcher bars prevent bowing and warping over time

Arrives ready to hang with wire attached

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About the artist.

Autumn Hunter, an abstract realism artist from Raleigh, North Carolina, captures the contrast between work and rest in her vivid, textured paintings. Her art encourages contemplation and challenges the ceaseless productivity of modern life, offering a peaceful refuge for introspection.

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