The doe is known for its skittish behaviour and, at the same time, a kind of inner balance. It embodies the concept of kindness and innocence. It symbolises the subtle charm of new adventures, especially when met in spring.
The doe represents the desire for freedom, but first it is necessary to let go of limiting responsibilities and strengthen the sense of self. The doe may indicate that it is time to stop and find time for yourself; to find the source of your secret desires and fulfill at least some of them.
Technique: linocut. Its charm lies in its originality, because each linocut is unique, with no two prints being alike.
It is possible to frame the linocuts. To do so, use frames that fit sizes A2 or A3. Alternatively, you can use a frame from our offer: Poster Hanger