'Ink Study 101' Limited Edition Print

Johanna Wilbraham

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    • 1st December
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    • 9th - 11th December


  • Vegan Friendly
  • Made in UK
  • Handmade
The print is sitting on a white surface. You can see the title, numbering and signature on this high quality paper.
a striking woman meets our eye, her hand tucked behind her neck. The face is painted in tones of caramel, black and blue.
The artist, Johanna, hold up the print for the camera and smiles.
A close up of the face of this portrait. You can see closely the feathery marks of the poured ink.
In this image of the print you can see the title of the piece and artist signature in pencil.

A portrait created with just a few slashes of poured ink ands watercolour. Her hand tucked behind her neck, we have caught her gaze in a moment of transition. She meets our eyes with confidence. This piece is part of a series of work which studies the female gaze, beauty, vulnerability and strength.

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This is a signed and numbered limited edition of 20 unframed giclee print on heavyweight Canson Rag paper. The paper measures 40 x 40 cm.


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Johanna Wilbraham stands in a light-filled studio in front of a series of portraits.

Johanna Wilbraham

east London

I'm Johanna - a painter fascinated by that magical place between abstraction and representation. My portraits appear to emerge from watery depths of paint, between splashes, drips and pools – created with layers of poured paint.

Alongside a passion for experimental mark-making, I am curious about the way we look at and represent women in particular. In a world dominated by the male gaze, I'm interested in the female one, as well as strength, vulnerability and diversity.