My heart almost stopped when I first heard Anne Wilson of “Heart” belting out the climax to this powerful song. It starts as a slow, heartfelt ballad and builds as the desperation in the lyrics mount. Then it explodes. Such power, such feeling, so inspiring!..and then it leaves you, just as quietly as it began.
As a teen, I dreamed that one day, when I had made it in the music business, I would work with them. I didn’t get that chance (and also found out that they didn’t write that song, either), but I recently found out that a friend of mine produced a few of their albums, so I can claim secondary experience.
The writer of the song, Pete Ham from the band called “Badfinger”, actually committed suicide so it is a very sad and meaningful song. The lyrics scratched into the side reflect how someone very close to me secretly self-harmed and even attempted suicide, so this is for her to tell her how much I’m glad she is still with me.
reference # 8025
Price : currently only available from The Folkestone Art Gallery (see events page for details)
Medium: Acrylic & collage on wood
Size: 30cm x 30cm (12″ x 12″)
Note: This painting is also available on demand as a limited edition Giclee print.
Giclee Print: with a choice of papers & sizes: a) on artist high quality 308gms 100% cotton rag paper by Hahnemühle or b) the more economic yet still very high quality Matte Art paper270gsm, or c) photographic satins paper.
Canvas Print: It is also available in a variety of sizes (up to 100cm x 100cm) on a very high quality matte canvas.
Don’t hesitate to contact us for a quote in the size you require!