Hand Painted screenprint with charcoal and bronze powders on bockingford 300 gsm paper
75 x 55 cm
The model was photographed by Emerson in the artists studio then combined with the flowers which were also taken from photographs she took.
The prints are hand printed by the artist in Brighton using a technique she has pioneered using charcoal and gold bronze powders, which give the image a softness and ephemeral quality. The charcoal powder adds a subtle texture and the bronze powder adds some sparkle too.
Each print is unique as the roses are hand painted in my studio.
The Edition seen here is edition 2/10 and is the one you will receive.
All prints have been sprayed with fixative and layers of archival UV resistant matt varnish to protect their delicate textural surface. Prints are signed and editioned in pencil, and come carefully wrapped in acid free tissue paper and rolled in a tube.