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Merlin I – Release Me, A1 Print (59.4×84.1cm) – Edition of 100

Within “Merlin I – Release Me” artist Celeste Wrona has intertwined both a representation of the physical aspects of the cancer cell as seen under the Merlin microscope as well as the emotional connections with cancer as a disease.

The artwork is filled with hope for a future where we could break these cells down and finally see the end of them. The gorgeous lines and patterns of the cell wall floating through the artwork and are a symbol for of the web that cancer tangles its victims and their family up in. This layer is represented free flowing almost like a ribbon blowing in the wind to be symbolic of the look towards the future of our ability to one day see the destruction of this disease and this vicious web of heartache and struggle come to a release and an end.

The inner cell is represented with beautiful, vibrant textures and colours, In this section the artist takes on the feelings and mind of the scientist and reflecting on their absolute awe and amazement that their hard work and research coming to fruition and how beautiful and comforting to them it must be to know they can now see cancer closer and in more detail than ever before. Knowing how much this will help those suffering and help move forward in the fight and hopefully win with cancer. These colours and textures that mimic the structures within the cell sparkle like jewels filled with promise and hope.

Limited edition fine art giclee print on Hahnemuhle Rag 308gsm archival paper. Sold unframed, signed and numbered by the artist.

Prints are made to order. Delivery time is 2-3 weeks Australia wide. For postage outside of Australia please request a quote.

The artist has agreed to share 50% of profits with the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research.

Merlin I – Release Me, A4 Print (21×29.7cm) – Edition of 100

Within “Merlin I – Release Me” artist Celeste Wrona has intertwined both a representation of the physical aspects of the cancer cell as seen under the Merlin microscope as well as the emotional connections with cancer as a disease.

The artwork is filled with hope for a future where we could break these cells down and finally see the end of them. The gorgeous lines and patterns of the cell wall floating through the artwork and are a symbol for of the web that cancer tangles its victims and their family up in. This layer is represented free flowing almost like a ribbon blowing in the wind to be symbolic of the look towards the future of our ability to one day see the destruction of this disease and this vicious web of heartache and struggle come to a release and an end.

The inner cell is represented with beautiful, vibrant textures and colours, In this section the artist takes on the feelings and mind of the scientist and reflecting on their absolute awe and amazement that their hard work and research coming to fruition and how beautiful and comforting to them it must be to know they can now see cancer closer and in more detail than ever before. Knowing how much this will help those suffering and help move forward in the fight and hopefully win with cancer. These colours and textures that mimic the structures within the cell sparkle like jewels filled with promise and hope.

Limited edition fine art giclee print on Hahnemuhle Rag 308gsm archival paper. Sold unframed, signed and numbered by the artist.

Prints are made to order. Delivery time is 2-3 weeks Australia wide. For postage outside of Australia please request a quote.

The artist has agreed to share 50% of profits with the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research.

Merlin II – What Lies Beneath, A1 Print (59.4×84.1cm) – Edition of 100

In “Merlin II – What Lies Beneath” artist Celeste Wrona combines a series of images of cancer at a cellular level as seen under the Merlin microscope.

A strong focus in this piece is the strong lines and patterns that are seen in these slides, holding a two-fold meaning, firstly of the strength and seemingly unbreakable chain and web that cancer creates, similarly it also reflects the strength of families, friends and the individual and the bonds they form and the power of their fight that dares to face cancer head on.

Beneath all this however is the fragility of the cancer cell as well as the fragility of the cancer sufferer and their families. The lines in this work are both confident and wary, determined yet restrained. This artwork looks at the cancer battle and both the beauty and struggle that this brings.

Limited edition fine art giclee print on Hahnemuhle Rag 308gsm archival paper. Sold unframed, signed and numbered by the artist.

Prints are made to order. Delivery time is 2-3 weeks Australia wide. For postage outside of Australia please request a quote.

The artist has agreed to share 50% of profits with the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research.

Merlin II – What Lies Beneath, A4 Print (21×29.7cm) – Edition of 100

In “Merlin II – What Lies Beneath” artist Celeste Wrona combines a series of images of cancer at a cellular level as seen under the Merlin microscope.

A strong focus in this piece is the strong lines and patterns that are seen in these slides, holding a two-fold meaning, firstly of the strength and seemingly unbreakable chain and web that cancer creates, similarly it also reflects the strength of families, friends and the individual and the bonds they form and the power of their fight that dares to face cancer head on.

Beneath all this however is the fragility of the cancer cell as well as the fragility of the cancer sufferer and their families. The lines in this work are both confident and wary, determined yet restrained. This artwork looks at the cancer battle and both the beauty and struggle that this brings.

Limited edition fine art giclee print on Hahnemuhle Rag 308gsm archival paper. Sold unframed, signed and numbered by the artist.

Prints are made to order. Delivery time is 2-3 weeks Australia wide. For postage outside of Australia please request a quote.

The artist has agreed to share 50% of profits with the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research.

Merlin III – The Invasion, A1 Print (59.4×84.1cm) – Edition of 100

In “Merlin III- The Invasion” artist Celeste Wrona takes her inspiration from a slide taken from the Merlin microscope in which a tumour is invading muscle tissue.

This artwork looks at the way cancer invades us, invades our families, our bodies, our minds, not just physically but emotionally and mentally. As the cancer cells stretch out and invade the muscle tissue, Celeste sees it’s ability to invade and try to suck the joy out of every moment, every thought and every day. The complete lack of control and the clinging to blind hope that something can be done, that the fight can be won. This piece represents all these thoughts and feelings that so many of us have had. However it also is reflective of the fact that it is the invasion that keeps us searching, keeps us hoping for a better way. It’s this invasion that drives these scientists for a solution and breaking this chain.

Limited edition fine art giclee print on Hahnemuhle Rag 308gsm archival paper. Sold unframed, signed and numbered by the artist.

Prints are made to order. Delivery time is 2-3 weeks Australia wide. For postage outside of Australia please request a quote.

The artist has agreed to share 50% of profits with the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research.

Merlin III – The Invasion, A4 Print (21×29.7cm) – Edition of 100

Merlin III - The Invasion, A4 Print (21x29.7cm) - Edition of 100

In “Merlin III- The Invasion” artist Celeste Wrona takes her inspiration from a slide taken from the Merlin microscope in which a tumour is invading muscle tissue.

This artwork looks at the way cancer invades us, invades our families, our bodies, our minds, not just physically but emotionally and mentally. As the cancer cells stretch out and invade the muscle tissue, Celeste sees it’s ability to invade and try to suck the joy out of every moment, every thought and every day. The complete lack of control and the clinging to blind hope that something can be done, that the fight can be won. This piece represents all these thoughts and feelings that so many of us have had. However it also is reflective of the fact that it is the invasion that keeps us searching, keeps us hoping for a better way. It’s this invasion that drives these scientists for a solution and breaking this chain.

Limited edition fine art giclee print on Hahnemuhle Rag 308gsm archival paper. Sold unframed, signed and numbered by the artist.

Prints are made to order. Delivery time is 2-3 weeks Australia wide. For postage outside of Australia please request a quote.

The artist has agreed to share 50% of profits with the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research.