Lucy's Blooms by Anna Mollekin | Flower Art Print
A Botanical Story
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'Lucy's Blooms' is a high-quality flower art print by New Zealand Contemporary Artist Anna Mollekin. Add good vibes and beauty to your space with this captivating flower art.
"My sister-in-law's beautiful garden at the time of our family's 2021 Christmas was the inspiration for this flower art. I incorporated photos of a collection of beautiful flowers I took there. Our family was able to share joyous memories on this special occasion when these gorgeous blooms captured a treasured moment in time. New beginnings and a hopeful future are symbolised by the flower buds in this artwork."
'Lucy's Blooms' is a digitally hand-drawn floral artwork of stunning flowers including Dahlias, Hollyhocks forming a circular shape. This artwork was drawn digitally from reference photos Anna took in her sister-in-law's garden.
Number in edition: open edition (unlimited) and digitally named and signed by Anna Mollekin.
Flower art completed: March 2022.
Ink: Epson fine art printer using Epson Ultrachrome K3 archival inks.
Paper: 210gsm Smooth, Acid Free, Natural White, Matte Finish art paper.|
Framing options: Skinny Frame options available for a super thin contemporary frame moulding for a minimal look. Moulding dimensions: 20mm wide x 20mm high.
Flower art care instructions: Avoid direct sunlight to protect your wall art from fading.
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Please note: actual flower art artwork/paper/frame colours may vary slightly in real life to that viewed on your screen due to individual monitor settings etc. Frame to picture ratio depicted is based on 420x420mm size and is indicative only. Art print has white border. FRAMED prints CANNOT be shipped outside of New Zealand.
All artwork © Anna Mollekin - this flower art cannot be reproduced or copied without written permission from Anna Mollekin. The purchase of this artwork does not transfer reproduction rights.