Starry Night Word Mosaic Art Print
Did you know that The Starry Night wasn't painted at night? It was actually painted just before sunrise. It was also the view from Vincent van Gogh's asylum room!
Hidden within this piece of digitally hand-drawn word art you will find all sorts of facts about the artist as well as the painting, such as words like “beauty,” "isolation,” and “misunderstood,” as well as phrases like “cut off left ear,” “painted in June of 1889,” and “sold only one painting in his lifetime possibly.”
In total, there are over 65 words and phrases in this art piece that celebrate one of the world's most beloved artists and paintings, The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh!
About the Artist:
Curtis Epperson is a contemporary word mosaic artist, husband, and father, who currently lives, plays, and creates in Orlando, Florida.
He has always had a love for all of the arts, spending most of his life in the Christian music industry. But in the summer of 2021, after almost 25 years in the music business, Curtis decided to take his creative endeavors in a completely different direction.
In addition to being an artist, Curtis considers himself a "puzzle guy" and a "trivia guy." In fact, he has never found a brain game he didn't love and is fascinated with how the human mind works.
**All of my art is digitally drawn by hand, one letter at a time, and no word or phrase is ever repeated. Depending on the complexity of the piece, each one takes me between 6 and 60 hours to complete!
I sincerely hope you get as much joy out of having this piece in your home as I had creating it!