You emerge at an opening in the cave. This area seems to be lighter than the tunnels you came from. At your feet, you seet hat the ground is uneven. At once, your eyes adjust to the darkness - lo and behold! They're human remains! Thankfully, they appear centuries worn - surrounded by heaving, rusted metal swords, arrows with no quiver, the walls stricken every which-way with weapons embedded into the rock facades.
As you walk further into the tomb, it's unmistakeable - a woman. She is floating. You can't tell if her hair is alive - each strand streches beyuond view, into the rock walls and fading into the mud-packed surfaces. She wears a crinoline with no underskirt, tbut the flowers are fresh, growing from her caged adornment, pressuring the rusted metal with their vines.
Her eyes are closed, but she knows you're there.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.