Love is Still in the Air

Inspired by True Love, a dynamic new limited edition print by Siona, depicts the sun and moon united in an endearing lip lock only authentic lovers can emulate. 24” x 26” in size, it is an exact reproduction of the original. There are only 100 signed and numbered pieces available and it comes with a challenge that regardless of where it is placed, it will create or help maintain harmony. It serves as a good-luck charm for relationships, according to the Artist. “There are many couples whom this print is destined for. It must ‘truly inspire,’ or send it back. “

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 4, 2005 -- Although Valentine’s Day has passed, love is still in the air-- literally. Inspired by True Love, a dynamic new limited edition print by Siona, depicts the sun and moon united in an endearing lip lock only authentic lovers can emulate. 24” x 26” in size, it is an exact reproduction of the original. There are only 100 signed and numbered pieces available and it comes with a challenge that regardless of where it is placed, it will create or help maintain harmony. It serves as a good-luck charm for relationships, according to the Artist. “There are many couples whom this print is destined for. It must ‘truly inspire,’ or send it back. “

Siona Marie Marques, an oil painter whose styles range from the abstract to the surreal and figurative, specifically chose this painting to make her debut print. She says, “All relationships have issues from time to time. Since there is no such thing as perfect people, I doubt there will ever be absolute perfection in relationships. The kinks have to be worked out in everything….but it makes people stronger. “ Published through the matchless giclee process on Somerset Velvet 100 percent rag paper, not only does it symbolize the eternal nature of love infinite, it itself can last indefinitely.

Inspired by True Love appears to be a favorite for lovers and couples. Yet even singles enjoy the beauty in its simple, insightful design. The print retails for $595 which includes a designer Larson-Juhl frame and free shipping. Its symbolic artistry makes for an ideal wedding or anniversary gift. It can be viewed online at www.siona-m-marques.com.

Some of its popularity is attributed to the radiant hues and gender choices behind its images. Siona, who feels her Jamaican and South American heritage draws her to capture strong colors in her artwork, deliberately chose to depict the sun as female and the moon as male. Six percent of gross proceeds will be donated to VSA arts of Georgia, a nonprofit agency that for 30 years has been providing programs and services that directly impact the lives of 100,000 Georgians with disabilities and low incomes. For more information, visit www.VSAartsGA.org .

Contact: Siona Marques
Phone: (404) 932-0071
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Web: www.siona-m-marques.com

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