‘Miss Rabbit’s Garden’ (Fine Art Print) by Alice Lin

£118.00

Artist: Alice Lin
Title: ‘Miss Rabbit’s Garden’
Print Type: Giclée print using Epson archival inks on 210gsm art paper. Signed, numbered and titled by the artist
Edition Number: Limited Edition of 100
Dimensions: Paper Size: 22” x 26” (Printed area: 20” x 24”)
Year of Creation: 2017
Shipping Info: Print will ship in a wide diameter stiff cardboard tube. Inside it will be protected by two layers; one soft translucent paper, one thick brown paper
Print Will Ship From:
China

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‘Miss Rabbit’s Garden’ (Fine Art Print) by Alice Lin

Artist: Alice Lin
Title: ‘Miss Rabbit’s Garden’
Print Type: Giclée print using Epson archival inks on 210gsm art paper. Signed, numbered and titled by the artist
Edition Number: Limited Edition of 100
Dimensions: Paper Size: 22” x 26” (Printed area: 20” x 24”)
Year of Creation: 2017
Shipping Info: Print will ship in a wide diameter stiff cardboard tube. Inside it will be protected by two layers; one soft translucent paper, one thick brown paper
Print Will Ship From:
China

About the Artwork:

“The rabbit figure comes from a very intuitive place. If you were to ask me “where did the rabbit come from exactly?” then I’d probably say from looking in the mirror, as it’s kind of a self-portrait, perhaps even a portrait of every individual. It dosen’t matter what a person looks like exactly, as the traits of personality and personal experience represent who we are. In this painting, Miss Rabbit wants a garden with jelly fish, mushrooms, flowers and bees… it’s all about different facets of internal thinking, therefore identifying who she is. So how about you? What do you want or what are you thinking? Hopefully it’s going to create an interreaction with the viewers through my art.” – Alice Lin

About the Artist:

(Artist Bio)

Alice Lin, AKA XU LINLIN, lives in Beijing, she is a freelance artist as well as painter and 3D Art Director with a passion for new Chinese meticulous painting and 3D projection art. She first fell in love with the technique when she was a child, inspired by Chinese tradition techniques and Surrealism. Alice’s style is rich and full of details, harmonizes apparently discordant elements and intertwines them together by a skillful use of drawings and paintings. The resulting is unique, fanciful whimsical, undertones of wit and a good old vivid finish. This new and fascinating wonderland of possible realities combines with the human figure, plants, animals into a singular, calm, dark vision.