‘Dragonflies’ linocut on Irish Linen
Made by Gail Kelly
‘Dragonflies’ square unframed mount, linocut on Irish linen by Gail Kelly. Handmade in County Down, Northern Ireland.
Text on the back: ‘Around the world the dragonfly symbolises change, understanding and self realisation. It is also associated with agility and speed and to the Japanese Samurai it was an auspicious omen of divine victory. Linen is synonymous with Ireland. For hundreds of years generations of skilled weavers have produced this unique fabric known the world over for its superior quality and classic beauty.’
An original linocut printed on Irish linen, made by hand in Gail’s studio using her victorian cast iron press. supplied ready to frame in a soft white mount, signed by the artist.
Approximate size: mount – height 26cm, width 26cm image – 14.5cm x 14.5 cm
About the maker:
‘My linocuts printed on Irish linen are inspired by the countryside where I live along with local folklore and traditions. I also make hand stitched linen collages inspired by the gorgeous gardens and beautiful landscapes I see on my travels in Britain and Ireland.’
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