Danielle Hein

Lunar Magnolias: Kelsey Lune, 2018

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Acrylic and vintage wall paper on wooden panel with resin finish
48.0 x 24.0 in (121.9 x 61.0 cm)
Signed on side


This work ships from New Orleans, LA, US.


United in composition yet blossoming in their own unique chromatic likeness, Danielle Hein’s Lunar Magnolias celebrate the communal power the moon has to cultivate self for the greater good. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Like yoga, the experience of watching a full moon is at once personal and collective. The moon is the unifying point of drishti, or focused gaze, and serves to facilitate focus in the process of personal fulfillment. Simultaneously, the moon is ours to share. As the earth rotates, we all engage in a process of sharing a splendor viewable from any vista in the world. As we consider and reflect on our place on this planet, we situate ourselves in the larger picture of community. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Lunar Magnolias celebrates this marriage of collective individuality, with each canvas showcasing unique personality and cohesive belonging. Both “the moon flower” that is the magnolia, and the full moon itself celebrate the culmination of this ephemeral moment—the full bloom— encouraging drishti and the process of pausing for presence, in a moment that is beautifully fleeting. ⁣⁣

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