Wendy's Woolloomooloo - Original Digital - One of a Kind - 152 x 76cm
Museum quality archival pigment art print on canvas.
'Wendy's Woolloomooloo', by Wendy Orange, is an original digital artwork influenced by the Bauhaus, which was an influential art and design movement that began in 1919.
This artwork is a one off, an edition 1 of 1 only. There will be similar ones in this series but no one will ever be the same.
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available in Tasmanian Oak/White/Black
(2 weeks required for framing)
152cm x 76cm x 3.5cm
The digital programs I have used are:
Procreate for IPad (which is an Australian company based in Tasmania)
I have been a digital artist for more than 25 years, working in the fashion and textile industry. I normally combine digital and acrylic paint to create mixed media works.
Canvas measurements: 152 x 76 x 3.5cm
This work is a one of a kind, there will be no duplicates or prints. NFT available on request.
Signed on the front. Also comes with certificate of authenticity.
2 weeks required for printing production.
Ready to Hang Canvases are heavily protected in double bubble wrap and double cardboard supports.
About the Artist
Wendy Orange is the female alter ego of George Hall.
Not a lot is known of her, except she shares the same name as George’s mother.
She does have things to say about herself… endlessly in fact, but we are not too sure how accurate these are.
Wendy hates vacuum cleaner and computers, so she relies on the ever-patient George Hall to run her marketing. She paints beautifully and is a free spirit often not worrying about outcomes. Wendy is in constant contact with George Hall who can action any requests for commissions. If you would like a bigger or smaller size Wendy can do another version to your size specifications. Please don’t hesitate to contact us.