'Ink Study 79' Limited Edition Print With Gold Leaf

Johanna Wilbraham

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From pools and splashes of ink and water, this woman's strong, defiant presence emerges. She is adorned with a vintage-style pattern - created from genuine 1960s wallpaper on the original piece. Flickers of sparkling gold leaf catch the light - placed differently on each edition of this print - making each unique. This portrait 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 30 x 40 cm and there is a slim border surrounding the image.

Each edition is hand-embellished with 23 ct gold leaf. the placement of the gold leaf is different for each print, making each edition unique.


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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.