Each piece comes in three different sizes and in your choice of black or white frames:
Small: 30x40cm (12x16")
Medium: 50x66.5cm (20x26")
Large: 70x93.5cm (28x37")
Our art is printed on 320 gsm archival-grade, semi-gloss canvas. Each piece is made to order using fine art quality printing technology, equipped with multi-range, waterproof ink, which is used for giclee printing by art museums and fine art houses around the world. Each canvas is printed in vivid, highest-quality detail with a lifetime no fade guarantee.
Each piece is framed in a floating frame, which masterfully mimics gallery art with an emphasis on the printed canvas within the frame. Available in either black or white, our frames are coated with a polyurethane finish to give it that light but luxurious quality. Frames come ready to hang, built with the necessary backend for easy hanging.
Please allow 10 to 14 days for your Consecrea order to arrive with standard shipping.
The limited edition nature of our art means we print to order every piece instead of stocking them in a warehouse. The delivery time of your order includes printing and framing of your pieces, and final shipping preparations to ensure your art arrives in pristine condition.
This on-demand printing and shipping method minimizes waste and emissions, while also allowing us to provide orders to customers worldwide.
$98 – $198
To minimize our carbon footprint while serving a global audience, Consecrea partners with a single fulfillment partner trusted by museums, galleries, and fine art houses for the processing and packaging of our products. Your art will never sit in a warehouse waiting to be sold; every limited edition piece is prepared upon order.
House of God is a Consecrea Original limited edition release of 50, available in three sizes of beautifully framed fine art prints. Curated by Consecrea in collaboration with Shorsh.
"And the twelve gates were twelve pearls, each of the gates made of a single pearl, and the street of the city was pure gold, transparent as glass." - Revelation 21:21
In Shorsh's House of God, we see the artist's unique interpretation of the gates of heaven, very unlike the description from the New Testament. The colors, the hands, the peacefulness in your last walk before passing through, but what is most beautiful perhaps of these gates is that they aren't gates at all; no lock, no bars, just freedom to enter for all who comes.
FROM THE ARTIST
"The common denominator between most of these characters is that they are always arriving in some place. They are outsiders, surviving in the unknown and making new discoveries. I identify with their spirit."
So so in love with beautiful pieces of art! ❤️ Thank you so so much again, it blew me away, such amazing quality!!
Honestly so blown away by the quality. I got this as a birthday gift and it’s perfect!
This piece is stunning in person. I love that it’s not so overt but still so meaningful at the same time.
Thank you so much Consecrea!! I love it
My cat loves it, obviously. The print is so high quality. The details are incredible 🤩 This piece would go perfect above my desk
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