gold screen print

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etsyfindoftheday | 12.5.15

weekender bag // trees & stars by jennarosehandmade

this lovely weekender bag is hand screen printed with mossy green trees and teeny gilded stars on navy and olive cotton canvas. the leather straps are adjustable and sturdy, perfect for your upcoming adventures.

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GAHH this took nearly three days to finish but drawing this turned out to be such an intense learning curve, I’m glad I toiled over it without giving up \;w;/

btw I don’t draw like this all the time so please avoid following me if you expect consistent quality/fandoms, because I just draw whatever I feel like ;A;

Marilyn Monroe died on this day in 1962. Her image lives on in Andy Warhol’s work, from the iconic 1962 painting Gold Marilyn Monroe to these 1967 screen prints. Gold Marilyn Monroe and the portfolio of prints are on view now in the exhibition Andy Warhol: Campbell’s Soup Cans and Other Works, 1953–1967.  

[Installation view of Andy Warhol: Campbell’s Soup Cans and Other Works, 1953–1967 at The Museum of Modern Art, April 25–October 12, 2015. Photo: Jonathan Muzikar. © 2015 The Museum of Modern Art, New York]

“The Revelry of Janet and William Sellor” Archival Pigment Print (Giclee) + screen printed gold metallic layer on 210gsm Antique Fine Art paper / Edition of 23 / 15.5" x 10.8"

£20 + worldwide shipping (tracked and signed) at sarahsheilart.bigcartel.com

This print is inspired by records and accounts related to the Islandmagee Witch Trials that took place in Ireland in in 1710 - 1711.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islandmagee_witch_trial

“William Sellor had a bad temper, drank alcohol (from a ‘horn’), tried to evade local agents of law enforcement, was unkempt, and had allowed his wife and daughter, who were his moral and legal responsibilities, to stray into the clutches of the Devil” (from ‘Possessed by The Devil : The Real History of the Islandmagee Witches and Ireland’s only Witchcraft Trial’ by Andrew Sneddon)