Silkscreen Print on 400gsm Watercolor Paper
Print measures 46cm x 38.5cm (18in x 15in)
Paper measures 76cm x 50cm (30in x 22in)
Executed in December 2010.
The highly sought after "Re-Landing of the Donutian" painting by Emily Lau is now available in limited edition silk screen prints. Executed in December 2010, there are only 20 prints in total. Each print is personally made by Emily, each piece is signed, dated and numbered. The next collector will receive edition 8/20.
The print will be rolled up and placed inside a round carton for shipping. Frame not included.
About the artist:
Born in 1979, Emily Lau is an artist from Hong Kong. Emily graduated from the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts in 2007. Increasingly celebrated for her wit, her works satirically depict cheerful scenes that are perplexing yet humorous that we face in our daily lives, finding charms in our weakness in an ironically bright tone. A major theme in her work is the loneliness of urban lifestyle. Viewers can be easily engrossed in her youthful dreamscapes, complete with shadowy figures painted in black, which embody the personal isolation and lack of individualism experienced by city dwellers. The figures hint at our feelings of displacement and feebleness, at the same time they remind us to be strong and humble. Emily is currently based in Caen, France.