the hidden paw print and other animals ...
The original print was motivated by our dear friend Julie Parr and the late T.S. Eliot. Technically, it was inspired by an exhibition of Andy Warhol's exquisite prints in Norwich. In late August 2011 it was first shown at the new BITE exhibition at The Mall Galleries in London alongside new works by Damien Hirst, Sir Peter Blake, Barbara Rae and Patrick Hughes.
The next three prints were inspired by special events in our lives: A saucy tribute to a wonderful aunt who recently passed away; a crop of new babies; and an amazing day out at The Notting Hill Carnival.
The latest prints have been created to celebrate The Queen's Diamond Jubilee and The 2012 London Olympic Games.
Signed and numbered limited edition of 100.
Digital Epson prints,
printed at St. Barnabas Press.
Sheet size 800 mm square.
Price unframed £225
including UK delivery.
87 remaining for sale.
These are the first in a series of anti-recession prints we are making.
These set out to encourage people to smile a bit more. This, we hope, will have a small but positive effect on the world around us.
That's all we can do!
Some of the titles in the series over the next two years will be:
- "An anthology of Angels"
- "An afternoon at Kew Gardens"
- "A day out at the seaside"
- "Cooking at Ballymaloe"