This could almost be a companion piece to A Time of Letting Go. Indeed I drew out both pieces on the same day.
The great thing about letting things go is that it makes more space for the new things. And the better things.
Mr Mustard has never understood why Violet (the Dear Lady Wife) always follows her trip with a trolly to the Oxfam, with a Grand Day Out to the shopping Mecca of the Eastbourne Riviera with her old friend Dot Macaroni. But as any book-learner will tell you, space abhors a vacuum. Even if things are getting to be a tight squeeze in the communal wardrobe.
This is a totally lovely 19-colour screen print on 350gsm Monaco matt paper, individually hand printed by Angus at Artizan Editions in deepest darkest Hove.
- Image size: 27.5 x 20cm
- Paper size: 43 x 35cm
- This print is presented without a mount
- Edition size: 79 with 10 artist proofs
- Each print sports a gorgeous embossed stamping and looks particularly special
- Individually numbered, signed by Sam and supplied with an Authenticity Certificate