Two Souls

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Fine Line print created with 0.6 Ball Point Pen.

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Two souls that fell back in love and found their way back to each other, was it fate? The upward facing hand wants to be taken with the other hand accepting and trusting. There’s a forceful connection between them and every day it felt like they never left each others lives.

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Dimensions 30 × 21 cm
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  • Store Name: The Artist Times
  • Vendor: Jarrod Gildea
  • Address: 5 Tanguile Place Sunnybank Hills
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    About the artwork

  • Made in: 2020
  • Frame: Wooden frame available in Black, White or Brown
  • Signature by: Jarrod Gildea
  • Size: (A4) 30cm x 20.5cm or (A3) 42cm x 30cm

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Two souls that fell back in love and found their way back to each other, was it fate? The upward facing hand wants to be taken with the other hand accepting and trusting. There's a forceful connection between them and every day it felt like they never left each others lives.

Two souls that fell back in love and found their way back to each other, was it fate? The upward facing hand wants to be taken with the other hand accepting and trusting. There's a forceful connection between them and every day it felt like they never left each others lives.

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