Chopsticks by Hannah Parkes

£35.00

Original

Limited Edition

Signed by the artist

8 x 11.5 inches

In excellent condition

Unframed

If required we offer a bespoke framing service

Postage and packaging are free in the UK

Please contact just to discuss worldwide shipping options

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    About This Piece

    Introducing “Chopsticks” by Hannah Parkes, an original limited edition screen print that captures the essence of Japanese iconography, tradition, and culture. This piece showcases Parke’s screen printing and painting, showcasing her unique approach to geometric abstraction.

    As part of a small series inspired by Japanese influences, “Chopsticks” stands out with its strong graphic elements and slightly disjointed composition. The deconstructed nature of the piece, bordering on geometric abstraction, adds a modern and dynamic touch to the traditional Japanese themes. The carefully chosen colour palette, consisting of browns, reds, and black, not only maintains consistency within the series but also highlights the profound Japanese influence woven into the work.

    Hannah Parkes, a Birmingham-based artist, completed her Fine Arts degree in 2016 from Coventry University, where her love for screen printing first blossomed. Her journey from drawing to screen printing and painting reflects a natural evolution in her artistic practice, resulting in a cohesive and dynamic body of work.

    This original screen print is signed by the artist, ensuring its authenticity and uniqueness. The piece is in excellent condition, unframed, and can be accompanied by a bespoke framing service if desired. The meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail make “Chopsticks” a standout addition to any art collection.

    For art enthusiasts outside the UK, worldwide shipping options are available. To inquire about this captivating piece or explore more of Hannah Parkes’ work, feel free to contact us. Don’t miss the opportunity to bring the spirit of Japanese tradition and contemporary abstraction into your space with “Chopsticks” by Hannah Parkes.

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