Holding Onto Fun, Limited Edition Of 15

Amy Gardner Artist

£168.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 21st April
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    • Standard delivery
    • 24th - 26th April
    • Express delivery
    • 23rd - 24th April

Credentials

  • Made in UK
  • Handmade
Description

She’s about fun, plain silly fun, and our ability to generate high vibrational energy that can positively effect people around us.
She's part mono print, part screen print. Due to the nature of the mono-printing process, each print varies making them truly unique pieces of art.

Need to know

Limited edition of 15, A3 (29.7 x 42.0 cm)
Due to the nature of the mono-printing process, each print varies making them truly unique pieces of art
Hand printed onto Somerset Satin 410gsm paper
Signed by the artist, editioned and titled
Burgundy, neon pink, neon peaches, fuchsia, soft pink, and navy blue.

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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 24th - 26th April

Express delivery: £8.00
Receive it by 23rd - 24th April

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Amy Gardner, screen print, screenprint, woman artist, female artist, wall art, mono print, print

Amy Gardner Artist

Brixton, london

Australian born, South London based multi media artist, best known for bold use of colour and uplifting images. The driving force behind my work is celebrating women, and the power of women supporting women, with a respectful nod to the movement and ‘history of effort’ gifted to us from generations of women before us.

I am keen to amplify the message of celebrating our imperfections and embracing our uniqueness. I deliberately work outside of the realm of printing standards; mis-registering, imperfect hand cut stencils, as well as pushing and disregarding perceived limits.