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from 50.00


400 x 300mm

Giclee print of an original painting, signed and numbered edition of 30 

Exclusively available through Bristol24/7

£50 unframed £97 framed by our partners at The Little Framing Company

- it was inspired by Bristol and the “golden colours of autumn, which was when I painted the piece”.  “The shape of the creature happened to turn out like a sort of dragon horse, similar to a creature from Chinese mythology, the Longma. “I built the piece up in layers starting with a background of clouds and then moving onto hills, foreground and the creature itself. Each stage starts off being pretty loosely painted using spray paint before more detail is added using acrylic paint. Depth and shadow are achieved in areas with transparent spray paints.” 

Andy has chosen homeless charity Julian Trust to receive the profits from the sale of Longma.  “Much of my work features the houses and buildings of Bristol but for many people in the city the streets are where they live. “Everyone should have a roof over their head, especially in the current cold weather.”

Our framing partner Seb Reed explains the reasoning behind the framing decision for Inkie’s work:

“For Andy’s print we have decided to use a distressed pine moulding that brings out the warm tones in the image,” says Seb. “A double mount with a sliver of grey on the inside helps to frame the print and creates a strong boarder around it.”

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