Holy Cow, Pop Art Screenprint

Charlotte Gerrard

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    • Order placed
    • 22nd July
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    • 29th July
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    • 31st July - 1st August
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This is a hand pulled Screen print of 5 ducks with rainbow coloured beaks and feet...

This is a hand pulled Screen print of 5 ducks with rainbow coloured beaks and feet.
All my Screen prints are created in my studio using very 'low tech' methods making each edition very small and each piece slightly unique.
There are over 15 processes used to create this print. (ie, the screen was pulled 15 times in the making) many of them involving small pieces of tissue paper to create the multi coloured shapes.
The piece was inspired by a photo of a real cow I met in a holy town called Gokhana (sanskrit for cow's ear) in Karnataka

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Fabriano cotton mix paper
50x50cm Unframed.
Mount not included
Print will be despatched rolled in a tube


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Founder Charlotte Gerrard

Charlotte Gerrard


I create engaging imagery of animals and nature in which I strive to evoke emotion and ignite a sense of wonder about the natural world.

My recent paintings feature animals often considered ‘lower forms’ such as chickens, foxes or small birds and by placing them inside vintage ornate frames I am elevating their status into something to be cherished as treasure.

It is my belief that art has the power to transcend boundaries, touch hearts, and inspire positive change.