Framed Giclee prints by Paitoon Jumee. Image size is 75x100cm. Finished frame size approx 100x130cm.
Over the past 2 weeks we’ve had a Daily Offer which has been embraced with open arms.
Todays offer is huge. We’ll give you 50% Off any of these fine art prints that you order and pay between Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve.
Your print/s framed and unframed will be ready by the end of January.
4 pieces by Chinese artist Wei Ru. Image is 80x80cm plus a white border which makes them approx 95x95cm.
Full price of prints is $595 each. Today’s Price $295. Save $300
Framed in a Charcoal Box Frame. Full Price $995. Today’s Price $495. Save $500.
The next print on offer is Attasit Pokpong’s “Boy in a Yellow Shirt”. Image size 75x100cm. Paper Size 90x115cm. Framed approx 100x125cm.
Print Only : Full Price is $895, today $495 Save $400.
Framed with a double mount in a Charcoal Box Frame. Full Price $1495. Today $750. Save $745.
Next up are a series of Fine Art prints by Paitoon Jumee. Here are the images that we have available.
Next up is a beautiful series of 4 portraits by Kowit Wattanarach. Images are 80x100cm. Paper size approx 95x115cm. Full price for the Art prints is $995, today we are offering them for $495. You’ll save $500.
Framed with a double Mount Full price is $1695. Today $850. Save $845.
The four images above are by Thai artist Kowit Wattanarach. Images are 80x100cm. Paper size approx 95x115cm. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for framing options and prices.
Kitti’s Studio by Kitti narod. Image size 80x80cm, paper 95x95cm. Full price is $595 but this one is also half price until New Year’s Eve 2013.
These two beautiful landscapes are by Thai Artist, Dusit Pimchangthong. Once again image size is 80x80cm. Paper 95x95cm Full price is $595.
Keep tuned for more…………
Pongsak was born in 1988. He studied art at The College of Fine Arts Bunditpatansilpa Institute in Thailand.
Pongsak creates highly detailed scenes of life in Bangkok by cutting denim into very precise shapes that he then patiently sews them together.
He’s really captured the feel of the Chao Phraya River in these 2 pieces.
“I use different materials which give opposite meanings such as hard and soft, peace and movement, etc. They were combined and adjusted in order to create a new meaning, difference is not that which is contrary or conflicting, it’s a truth that stays side by side of each other”.
Another denim artist from London, Ian Berry is taking the art world by storm.
Here’s a bit of an insight into Ian follow the link.
Here are some examples of Pongsakul’s Denim Art
Pongsak’s pieces are 145x110cm.
Jacqui is a London born artist now residing in Byron Bay, Australia, and has been working in the field of painting & sculpture since 1993. Her work is very distinctive and pays emphasis to the worlds of childhood, adolescence and the animal kingdom – beautifying and objectifying. She embraces a new sensibility and her unbridled use of colour delivers a direct impact on the viewer. Her contemporary paintings explore issues of freedom, fearlessness and our connection to the animal world resonating between beauty and frailty and driven by the realms of popular & youth culture.
“Forever Yours” 120x150cm, Mixed media on linen
Her animal imagery reflects how animals live in a parallel world to us, feeling depths of emotional vulnerability, sadness, happiness, contentment and madness. Jacqui has stated, “Children and animals share two great characteristics that as adults we sometimes miss – the freedom of intuitive play and the joy & freedom of being at one with their natural environment. For this show I wish to harness a little bit of that magic and transcend us to a time where our lives were full of imagination and wonderment at the world.”
“Hey!” 30x25cm, mixed media on linen with silver leaf
Jacqui has exhibited widely around Australia and in England. Her work is collected globally.
A selection of Jacqui’s works are now on display at Tusk South Yarra as part of the group show “Nothing Without Love”. Her collection can be viewed online here.