One Step At A Time Fine Art Print

Lindsay Madden

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    • 22nd June
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    • 28th June - 1st July
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Description

An open edition fine art giclee print from my original painting on vintage rulers 'One Step At A Time'
Bringing together my two loves, all things vintage and my love of dogs, a nostalgic nod to those terriers on wheels. A perfect gift for any dog lover, especially the ones who have a soft spot for an airedale, welsh terrier or a dog on wheels, and anyone who needs encouragement to take life one step at a time.
Also a perfect gift for any teachers out there.

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The image measures: width 30cm x 20cm high with a 3cm white border.
The paper measure: width 36cm x 20cm high.
All prints are produced to gallery standards using 310gsm professional archival grade paper using archival pigment inks ensuring at least 85 years without discolouration.
The print comes signed, wrapped in biodegradable cellophane, gift wrapped in tissue.
The print is shipped flat between cardboard for added protection, and wrapped in brown paper using eco friendly tape.

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Receive it by 28th June - 1st July

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Lindsay Madden

Chester-le-street, co durham

I am an artist living and working in County Durham, combining my passion for painting with my love of timeworn school artefacts.

Happiest in my home studio creating colourful oil paintings on old time worn objects. Inspired by timeless narratives of childhood, handstands, cartwheels, push-along toys, sports and much more, are recurring themes in my work. Matched with lively titles that resonate on many levels, my paintings bring interest and energy to any space.