Super Bloom #216 / Daffodil After the Thunderstorm (dark skies)
I became a gardener a bit later in life and had no idea how bulbs worked. Then one fall I threw a bunch in the ground and honestly forgot about them. I still remember the first daffodil that I grew. It was a particularly challenging winter and I had a corporate job that was slowly undoing me. That daffodil was a sign that something outside of all of the present moment was in charge. Beauty. Every spring I'm reminded of that single daffodil and to keep going.
Using a silkscreen technique, each of these mono prints resembles a painting. What I love about it are the random oops and mistakes that can happen along the way that contribute to the perfect imperfections of each.
This piece is part of the SPRING FRESH 2022 collection - a mix of works released mid April 2022 that is inspired by my latest idea of more regular works, loosely connected but without the big fanfare of a huge release. Think of these works like hit singles that all come from your favourite artist - me! ;-)
One of a kind, hand painted on a silk screen, then printed on Somerset Satin 300GSM paper and signed at the bottom right hand side. I work out of a screen print studio in East London called The Print Club.
I do my best to capture the true colors of this original, but please note that colors may appear differently on your screen.
Due to the nature of the painting then the screen print process, there may be slight flaws that are part of the charm of an original, hand made mono print.
Paper size: 40 cm x 50 cm on 300 GSM paper.
Framing: I recommend custom framing on this piece. Likewise, there is an affordable, easy RIBBA frame by Ikea that fits this piece perfectly.
I offer framing options in London for pick up only, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any inquiries.