Observer - Blue Jewel Beetle
Observer - Blue Jewel Beetle
Observer - Blue Jewel Beetle
Observer - Blue Jewel Beetle
Tamara Venn

Observer - Blue Jewel Beetle

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Signed and numbered print, limited edition of 50.

Unframed: 50cm x 60cm. Delivery is within 7 days.

Framed: 55cm x 64cm. Delivery can take up to 2-3 weeks. This is because we will send it with a private driver to ensure there is no damage en route.

If you purchase all three Observer beetles, you will be entitled to a 10% discount. Just enter the code "OBSERVER" at check out.

"My first ever series of paintings are entitled ‘Wild Abandon’. They are an ode to slowing down and focusing on what I love, the natural world!

Thanks to covid, this is the first time in my life I have had the opportunity to work exclusively on a collection. The names of the paintings reflect the moods and moments I have experienced throughout the pandemic. Waiting intently for news from family and friends from around the world. Observing collectedly the constant yet unpredictable changes to our day to day lives. Daydreaming continually about past adventures and future travels.

My aim is to create something wonderful from this incredibly bizarre moment in our lives and I hope they bring some light and happiness into your world, as we await for the ‘new normal’ to begin".

Printed on Everyday Satin Photo Paper 180gsm.

Also pictured is the Siem Reap Design Book, an elephant from Theam's Gallery and candles from from Saarti and Glow.

Tamara Venn is best known for her large scale botanical murals and her contrasting miniature pen and ink illustrations of flora. Originally from London, UK and having studied painting at Central St Martin’s College of Art & Design her work can be seen dotted around Cambodia and the UK. Nature, its brilliance and its fragility in such an increasingly developing world is the subject that runs throughout her work. Each piece celebrates the beauty of the natural world – her mission statement , ‘if we take care of nature now we won’t only be left with painted reminders of what was once here before’.