Wild Bunch Series II – Hand Finished

by Soozy Lipsey

Edition of 10

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Edition of:10
Provenance:Hand signed by the artist.
Dimensions:69 × 91 cm
Medium: Giclee with Silkscreens and Hand Finished with Acrylic
Paper:somerset satin 330gsm
Rebate Size:64
SKU:SOZ60
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Soozy Lipsey

Antique stylist and London based artist Soozy Lipsey uses a wide variety of media to reimagine the ordinary and traditional into fantastical creations imbued with both nostalgia and the macabre. Lipsey’s technique combines the repurposing of objects or images with the uncanny and unexpected, and results in imaginative, arresting works that exist outside of any discernible style or movement.

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Art Advisory

Soozy Lipsey

Antique stylist and London based artist Soozy Lipsey uses a wide variety of media to reimagine the ordinary and traditional into fantastical creations imbued with both nostalgia and the macabre. Lipsey’s technique combines the repurposing of objects or images with the uncanny and unexpected, and results in imaginative, arresting works that exist outside of any discernible style or movement.

Read More