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Frances Arnold

Double Eclipse

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Double Eclipse is a two-layer screenprint finished with pastel drawing that makes each of the 5 prints in this edition unique.

From a series of circular screenprints inspired by confined spaces and colour perception

Original, limited edition abstract geometric screenprint with hand-colouring detail. Hand drawn, and printed by hand at Northern Print in Newcastle, UK.
Printed as an edition of 5 on 250g Somerset White with deckle edges. Signed, numbered, titled and dated on the front in pencil.


Edition of 5.

Medium                     
Screenprint with hand colouring
 Dimensions
22cm x 17cm (image size)
30cm x 15cm (paper size)

Artist
Frances Arnold creates abstract prints inspired by vast landscapes and urban architecture that playfully alter perception.

Arnold combines her love of drawing with the physicality of printmaking to convey a textured, pastel-like quality in her reductive screenprints. Her minimalist prints hold a fine balance between control and imperfection, containment and release. She is fascinated by convergence of multiple perspectives; shifting the eye between illusions of space and the material reality of ink and paper. Hand-drawn and architectural lines hold textured, block colour in geometric forms. Her prints explore the image in constant flux.
Arnold graduated from Newcastle University in 2009 with a BA in Fine Art and lives in Northumberland, UK.

She has exhibited since 2005 in a number of independent shows, print fairs and residency exhibitions in the UK, Norway and Sweden. Highlights include, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, Northern Print, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, USF Verftet and PrintFest.

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Title

Est. 1994

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