Designed by Anderson, Kim.
Add a subtle exotic touch to your home decor with this finely feathered peacock wall art. Fanciful tendrils peek out of the flowers and feathers that make up the fine details in this high resolution giclee art print. Vibrant and long lasting color are a result of our high quality inks.
This canvas wall art is reproduced in Oopsy Daisy's San Diego studios using the best digital printing method currently available, resulting in great clarity and color saturation. After printing, the canvas is stretched by hand over a custom built 1.5inch wood frame. The canvas wraps around the sides providing a finished decorative edge. While not needed for canvases, solid wood framing in a contemporary floater style is available in ten sizes and two color choices. A saw tooth hanger is attached for easy hanging and artist biography information is included on the back so that children can learn more about today's working artists. Canvases are exceptionally durable and can be cleaned with a soft, dry or slightly damp cloth.
Since graduating with a degree in Textile and Surface Design, Kim has created an extensive portfolio of artwork for a variety of greetings card publishers in the UK, Europe, and the United States. Based in her home town of Brighton, where her work is exhibited in local art galleries, Kim has built up a reputation which extends well beyond this inspirational and creative seaside resort. Kim's greetings card ranges have been in the prestigious finals of the Henries Awards, the highest accolade for design talent within the UK card industry. She is recognised for her use of paint, pen, ink, and paper collage work which have contributed to some beautiful ranges including Crème & Noir, Papillon, and Mimi. Her commercial success has naturally followed on from her inspirational artwork and led to several collaborations with high profile companies. Kim gets inspiration from the colours and textures in everyday life. This might include vintage objects, contemporary art, interior design, or simply creative images from magazines. Many artists have also inspired Kim including Picasso, Elizabeth Blackadder, and The Bloomsbury Group. Sometimes just walking around an art gallery can provide the spark which is enough to start the creative process