INDIAN AFTERNOON

Limited Edition Screen Print

Large: 500mm x 700mm
£275
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Inspiration
This limited edition screen print was inspired by the intricate architectural designs of sacred temples, rugged landscapes, the beauty of the natural world and the glorious gleaming sunsets.

Collection
From the series Exploration- a collection of limited edition screen prints, inspired by travel and adventure.

Technique
Indian Afternoon is a limited edition, hand pulled 5 layer screen print comprising of mint green / teal / gray / baby blue / charcoal inks. 

Created from an original collage constructed from travel photography, an illustrations of architectural elements, photographs of rugged landscapes, an illustration of an elephant and sections of original paintings. The 5 colour layered screen print was then hand finished with chemical and heat treated zinc leaf.

Dimensions
Unframed:  500mm x 700mm 
Mount:      Optional

Paper
Screen printed onto JPP Heritage Paper: 
315gsm / White Archival / Mould Made / Acid Free / Calcium Carbonate Buffered to PH8.5 / Surface Sized / Wood Free / Vellum Smooth / Hot Pressed

Mount
We offer optional mounting for all of screen prints. The artwork will be archivally mounted using a snow-white mount board, placing the artwork behind the window mat to protect the inks and paper texture when framing.

Bespoke mounts are made to order: High Quality / Precision Cut / Bevelled Edged / Ice White / Acid Free PH Neutral / Conservation Quality / 1.4mm Thick / Backed (using same board)

Framing
Artwork is unframed (optional mount).

If you would like a bespoke frame, please get in touch to discuss choice of mouldings, colours, gilding and glazing options.

Each high quality frame is made to order by our London based design team. All frames come with gallery spec, 3mm thick anti-reflective/ UV glazing as standard.

Inspiration
This limited edition screen print was inspired by the intricate architectural designs of sacred temples, rugged landscapes, the beauty of the natural world and the glorious gleaming sunsets.

Collection
From the series Exploration- a collection of limited edition screen prints, inspired by travel and adventure.

Technique
Indian Afternoon is a limited edition, hand pulled 5 layer screen print comprising of mint green / teal / gray / baby blue / charcoal inks. 

Created from an original collage constructed from travel photography, an illustrations of architectural elements, photographs of rugged landscapes, an illustration of an elephant and sections of original paintings. The 5 colour layered screen print was then hand finished with chemical and heat treated zinc leaf.

Dimensions
Unframed:  500mm x 700mm 
Mount:      Optional

Paper
Screen printed onto JPP Heritage Paper: 
315gsm / White Archival / Mould Made / Acid Free / Calcium Carbonate Buffered to PH8.5 / Surface Sized / Wood Free / Vellum Smooth / Hot Pressed

Mount
We offer optional mounting for all of screen prints. The artwork will be archivally mounted using a snow-white mount board, placing the artwork behind the window mat to protect the inks and paper texture when framing.

Bespoke mounts are made to order: High Quality / Precision Cut / Bevelled Edged / Ice White / Acid Free PH Neutral / Conservation Quality / 1.4mm Thick / Backed (using same board)

Framing
Artwork is unframed (optional mount).

If you would like a bespoke frame, please get in touch to discuss choice of mouldings, colours, gilding and glazing options.

Each high quality frame is made to order by our London based design team. All frames come with gallery spec, 3mm thick anti-reflective/ UV glazing as standard.

ARTWORK FACTS

Created from original collage & hand-drawn stencils, these hand-pulled screen prints are extremely limited edition.


Srictly
Limited Edition


Numbered
& Signed


Hand Screen Printed
By Chloe McCarrick


From an
Original Collage
feather print

THE FINE PRINT

Screen printing is the process of transferring a photo stencilled design onto a flat surface using a mesh screen, inks and a squeegee.

Designs made using the screen printing technique may use just one shade of ink, or several. In the case of multicoloured items, the colours must be applied in individual layers, using separate stencils for each ink.

Screen printing produces vivid colours, even on darker surfaces. The ink or paint also lies in layers on the surface of the fabric or paper, which gives the print a pleasingly tactile quality.

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