Hello there! If you're in London, please check out a couple of places where my work is visible in person. London Lighthouse Gallery group show (til 31 May) and my solo show, "Hello We Meet Again" at Long White Cloud cafe in Hoxton (til mid June 2022). XO, M.E. firstname.lastname@example.org
I have been dreaming of doing a floral series! 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 Daffodil is inspired by the joy that I feel whenever I see daffodils start to peek through the ground in the early spring. I feel like the daffodils are a gift to all of us, a reminder that there is joy and hope even after a long, cold winter. I still remember the first daffodil that I grew - I had a little house in Philadelphia with a small side yard. I had no idea about gardening, but planted some bulbs in the fall. Oh what joy I felt when the daffodils started to bloom. They were just as happy as I was for the spring!
One of a kind, hand painted on a silk screen, then printed on heavyweight archival paper. 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 print, but please note that colors may appear differently on your screen.
Due to the nature of printing, there may be slight ink spots in the borders and variations in texture and ink coverage in the print. These should not be considered flaws, but part of the hand created mono print process and add to the charm of the print.
Image: 32 cm x 41 cm printed
Paper: 40 cm x 50 cm
...fits into a standard size Ikea “Ribba” frame. Ooooh whee! Now doesn’t that make life easy?
Signed at the bottom right corner, just below the print