'LET IT FLOW'
Archival Pigment Print on Somerset Satin 330gsm paper, with gold ink embellishment and torn edges to finish.
Hand-signed and numbered by the artist.
Edition of 60 and 6 Artist Proofs.
76cm x 55cm
About Unskilled Worker
Helen Downie is a London based critically-acclaimed artist, best known for her idiosyncratic and expressive style of painting. Working under the moniker of UnskilledWorker, her paintings are both intimate and evocative, mixing characters and nature with the ephemeral and fantastical. Downie’s work has attracted a large audience worldwide and has appeared in many international publications, including Artnet, The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Dazed, Harper’s Bazaar and i-D. Her paintings are collected nationally and internationally and have been exhibited at galleries across the world including London, Hong Kong, Seoul, Madrid, Tokyo and Shanghai.
Price: £500 ex. VAT / £600 inc. VAT.
Release date: Thursday 20th January 2022, at 6pm GMT.
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Caring for your Print
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