This is the same artwork that is now in the Vatican Observatory Museum. Jill’s full scale print of ‘Phi’ is in the Vatican Observatory Museum, Castel Gandolfo, Vatican City.
Archival Prints of Phi, 14″ x 6″ on paper. The quality is so exemplary that it looks like the original. Get yours now while supplies last. Named after the Greek alphabet, Phi represents the mathematical golden ratio 1.618/Unity – oneness, nothingness and everything at once, pure beauty. “Phi [ϕ]”, spirals us to infinity beyond and within. Based on the Carina Nebula, we are brought to the inner chambers of the heart; light and energy generated millions of years ago, breaking through the shadows and darkness of outer and inner space. Painted on copper with hand-mixed paints formulated with mica, copper and other earthbound stardust.
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