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Juan One Sepulveda

Fragile Balance | Limited Edition

Fragile Balance | Limited Edition

Regular price $900.00 USD
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"Fragile Balance" is a captivating piece that artfully interrogates the complexities of contemporary life. Its compelling cityscape, partially veiled by clouds, and the dual tightropes provide a stage for an examination of the delicate equilibrium between work and personal life.

A figure navigates one rope, balancing a briefcase and a family photo. This figure represents the tension of maintaining professional responsibilities alongside personal commitments. The poignant detail of a lost shoe hints at the subtle sacrifices one might make in this pursuit.

The second rope serves as a chilling counterpoint. A man hangs precariously from a fraying rope amidst scattering papers and a falling briefcase, illustrating the potential fallout of losing this fragile balance.

Adding a layer of narrative depth is the framed family picture from which the father is noticeably absent, offering commentary on the impact of work-oriented lifestyles on family dynamics.

Crowning the scene is a floating clock, set to 6:13 pm, subtly reminding us of the constant passage of time in these daily struggles.

"Fragile Balance" is more than just a painting; it is a visual dialogue on modern existence. Its striking composition and poignant narrative make it a standout piece, certain to spark conversation and contemplation. Ideal for collectors who appreciate works that marry aesthetic appeal with deep thematic resonance.


  • Premium gallery canvas
  • Hand-stretched on wooden stretcher bars
  • Gallery wrapped | Image extends beyond border
  • Dimensions: 20x24 (Unframed)
  • Pigment-based Giclee reproduction
  • Includes Certificate of Authenticity
  • Edition Size: 95
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Please allow 4-6 weeks for the delivery of your Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Reproduction.

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