"Desiring truth, awaiting it, laboriously distilling a few words, forever desiring - truth." - Virginia Woolf, Monday or Tuesday
From her first short story collection, Monday or Tuesday, which explores the challenge creatives face trying to capture something truthful through artifice, and striving towards the sublime with imperfect tools such as language and memory.
Anyone who's struggled to express a creative impulse truthfully and eloquently can relate to this quotation. Woolf chooses a heron as her subject, and its exploration of the world parallels Woolf's own creative search. In our illustration, a heron has plucked a single note from an unstructured score.
• 11x14 inch art print with white border
• Premium, fine art paper made in New York
• Elegant eggshell finish
• Ships in a a rigid, flat mailer. No need to unroll!
• Fits into standard 11x14 frames (or a 16x20 frame matted to 11x14)