Title: ‘What’s Left’, Fine Art Photography by Anna Heimkreiter (Self-portrait, 2019)
Location: Reykjanesfólkvangur Nature Preserve, Iceland
About the artwork: During our time in Iceland, I wished to portray this magical country a little differently than the motives we all know from there – incredibly beautiful, always, but maybe a little repetitive. I didn’t want to take yet another photograph of a tiny person in front of a majestic waterfall, you know? We saw those, of course, but we also explored some unusual locations like this abandoned farm building.
When editing this self-portrait, the following words by the poet Rupi Kaur came to my mind
It isn’t what we left behind that breaks me, it’s whatever we could’ve built had we stayed.
To me, this image symbolizes a person standing on the ruins of an important part of their life. However, there is a hopeful feel to it – an unspoiled mountain range peaks over the broken walls and so she looks forward, recognizing that a lot of beauty still lies ahead.
Limited Edition Fine Art Print:
Small – 20 x 30 cm – Edition of 60
Medium – 40 x 60 cm – Edition of 40
Large – 60 x 90 cm – Edition of 15
Extra-Large – 100 x 150 cm – upon request
Each Limited Edition Print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and a matching hologram patch. Once this artwork runs out of editions, it will never be reprinted again.
A small white border is added to every Fine Art Print – please refer to the Sizing Guide for in-depth information on available sizes and framing.
Fine Art Print Quality:
Giclée Printing allows you to achieve reproductions of extraordinary quality, even at very large sizes. Using paper and inks of archival quality, their brilliance will last a lifetime. All Fine Art by Anna Heimkreiter is printed on one of the most beautiful Fine Art papers on the market, Hahnemühle Photo Rag®. It is a 100% cotton paper that makes artwork come alive with incredible depth and detail.
Good news – all Fine Art Prints on Where Wonder Waits are sustainable! The entire printing process is 100% end-to-end carbon neutral, using sustainable materials as well as packaging. When carbon emissions cannot be avoided (e.g. order deliveries), they are offset by investing in renewable energy projects.