Artist: JP Whiting
Medium/Material: Alcohol ink on fiberboard
Created: October 2018
Dimensions: 30″ x 12″ x 0.5″
Weight: 7 lbs 3 oz
Layout: Landscape
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Shipping: Not available for this product
Room credit: Essential Home


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This piece features an array of blush-copper and rose-gold. The detail ans depth is so beautiful in real life – the pictures just don’t do justice.


Corinthia was the Goddess of Unspoken Words. When she was young, her husband cursed her by making her live the rest of her life without her voice. Her mother Athene, a talented weaver, taught Corinthia how to communicate through this artistry and gave her golden yarn that could speak for Corinthia when she wove with it.

Since Corinthia could not actually speak, she became introverted but took an exceptional interest in reading stories. At the same time, she realized not only the inspiring impact of a well-told story but also how she no longer needed words to communicate.

This passion for storytelling coupled with her learned gift, gave her the power to rule over people’s minds to inspire freedom. This is why whenever you read a book, you are able to see the picture in your mind, and hear the voices of different characters. It is Corinthia, weaving through your mind to talk to you and tell you a story.