As a huge Florence Broadhurst fan, I was thrilled to see this art by Emma Hack featuring body paint juxtaposed or actually camouflaged against FB wallpaper.
Emma Hack is offering a VERY special release valid until May 31st, 2018.
An iconic, signed ‘Wallpaper Collection’ artwork from the Broadhurst Archive, valued at $5100 for only $650 AUD.
This divine, collectable artwork reinterpreted in a landscape crop was created 10 years ago in 2008, featuring my muse immersed within the divine, iconic artwork of Florence Broadhurst. A special ‘Archive’ Collectors edition within the ‘Mother Gaia Collection’.
This artwork was created over 12 hrs application. The installation was then photographed by Emma for the final result.
$40 from each sale of ‘Broadhurst’s Exotic Birds’ will also be donated to charity to be announced.
‘I do hope you take this fourth opportunity to own a beautiful piece of my work to add to your collection and treasure it for the years to come’
Size: 70 x 55cm (includes 5cm white border)
Pigment print on archival ‘Photo Rag’
Open edition until ‘sold out’.
The offer expires May 31st, 2018 at midnight. The edition is then recorded as ‘sold out’.
The final total will be announced and your edition number will be notified. Your edition number will be based on when you order, in order of received payments. Please do not ask for a particular edition number, thank you.
About Emma Hack editions
Emma’s larger works are usually limited from 10 – 23 editions, over 3-4 sizes. Prices starting for a similar size are from $5000 and are extremely collectable with only a few ever able to collect them.
‘I understand it is very difficult for everybody that follows and loves my works to collect my work due to my price structure. Mother Gaia Collection ‘Broadhurst’s Exotic Birds’ is only available to order online prior to May 31st 2017 at midnight. The final edition number will be tallied based on final sales and then will be ‘sold out’ in this size. The artwork is created using the finest quality archival ‘photo rag’, stamped with my seal and hand signed.’
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