Well known New Zealand stencil artist, Flox, has just released a new series of four Limited Edition Art Prints (200). Each is available as in an A4, A3 or A2 size print unframed.
Printed on Smooth Cotton Rag 310 gsm paper with each hand signed and dated by Flox.
Fleur has released these little PopPrints because she wanted to make a range of fun, accessible prints you could buy if you’re just starting out buying art ..."Or you want to buy a gift for your friend or sister or daughter or Mum: an artwork to comfort or thank, or surprise and please. Heck, you could buy yourself one as a little gift, too!"
PopPrints are a redux of her most popular artworks, reworked in a little mini series, each with a red-dot which symbolizes love, fun and happiness. They are an accessible entry point, at a size which sits nicely on a domestic wall on its own, or beside other pieces.
They are printed in Whanganui, by a small local independent family-owned print company then Fleur personally initials the front, as well as authenticating the B-side.
"A lovely artwork you can like and enjoy on your wall for years, or just a season. I really like the idea of holding things lightly. Of some things in your life [like studio prints and dinners out] being about pleasure and the present, and not some serious I'll-have-this-for-my-entire-life thing." - Fleur
The 2nd Image shows Fleur holding her latest print "I'm so into you" released Feb 2020 for the season of love ... Valentines, a wedding or your anniversary.
A new 'Wellington’ Limited Edition Art Print by Justine Hawksworth. Her artwork features a watchful Kingfisher (Kotare) perched on golden Kowhai blossoms. This beautiful old nautical chart covers the city of Wellington, across Cook Strait thru the sounds and onto the top of the South Island. .
Margaret has been painting a collection of familiar, iconic New Zealand farm animals and birds for years. These are now available as open edition A3 sized art prints.
The animals peer out with a dignified anamorphic gaze, fixing the viewer with a look that connects with their soul. The portraits show the animals proud and solemn against a white studio background, posing as if for a traditional sitting. Each is named which gives them a personality.