Screen-print with gold pigment, signed and numbered on the front. The tree is actually in a gold colour that reflects the light and the use of fresh pigments give it a natural gold colour and varies according to the direction of the light. Another variation exists in silver and turquoise blue (are there really green parakeets in Hampstead Heath?), also available on this website
After having practised art in parallel with an accomplished marketing career, Anne Gournay decided to fully dedicate herself to her art in 2003. She retrained and specialised in painting at l’Ecole des Beaux Arts de Paris-Glacière, and was selected for a painting exhibition in New York (2007). When she discovered printmaking eight years ago at the Central Saint Martin School in London, she decided to refocus her work on various forms of printmaking, exploring their possibilities. Through solitary landscapes and close-up portraits, Anne Gournay explores the issues of intimacy, loneliness, in a modern world where people are very often disconnected with their real selves. In our modern ...
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