Transposed onto luxury silk, this original painting becomes wearable art. Here the artist has paid particular attention to the effigy and historical figure of this statue, bringing the features to a wide audience.
There are two versions of this piece, this one is a repeat pattern captured from the artists original painting. A singular version is also available.
The artist uses a family run firm to print her works onto silk; once the silk is returned, she hand cuts and rolls the edges of each item, so it has her touch.
Ailish is happy to answer questions about her items and welcomes contact.
This piece is designed to be worn as a scarf, wrap, hairpiece….or if you cant bear to wear…this piece could become a framed piece of art. What will yours become? This is truly wearable art.
60 × 60 cm
Caring for your items
Silk scarves should be gently hand washed.
Scarves can be ironed on medium heat. For best results iron on reverse.
Taken from one of the artist’s original paintings, this piece was inspired by the artists travels in Paris, France. Who is GiGi? That’s for the artist to tell you…
The bust itself lies within GiGis garden; once enveloped within this paradisiac space, it is hard to imagine one is in a city, it is a place where moments of true tranquillity materialise….Lewis Carroll could not dream up this Eden.
Once the original piece is finalised, digital techniques are used to transpose the image onto silk, forming the wearable art you can now observe.
Under the consumer contract regulations, you have the right to cancel your order up to 14 days from the day you receive your goods.
You could notify us of your wish to cancel the order by emailing us, and then you have further 14 days from the date you notify to return the goods.
Ailish is a practicing artist who has had two solo exhibitions to date, one in London and another in the North East of England. Printed Textiles is Ailish’s main focus. Using her original works, she develops them into digital files. A British based fabric printing company is then assigned to print the designs on her favoured cloth. She uses this digitally printed material to create Scarves, Pocket Squares, wall mountable art and jewellery. As a practitioner she sees this as a crucial move forward; “one off” art can now be available for a wider audience to view and collect. Coupled with this, the fabric she prints serves as a durable catalogue of her design highlights.
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