AN OWL FROM THE AUGUST THE STRONG'S (1670–1733) COLLECTION

Louise Jennison
Owl
2010
Single-colour lithographic offset print on Lana Aquarelle Satin hot pressed 300gsm paper
Image size, 11cm x 21cm Paper size, 21cm x 30cm
Edition of 25, printed by Redwood Prints

 

Based on a watercolour exhibited as part of A key to help make your own world visible (2009), this print features an owl made of gold, enamel, agate and emerald. The owl, created by Gottfried Döring in 1718, is one of many museum treasures of splendor and marvel from das Grüne Gewölbe (the Green Vault), Dresden.

An owl from the August the Strong's (1670–1733) collection takes its new shape slowly.

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COULD BE ME

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison
It could be me but it's actually Paul Paper
2009
Digital collage

 

A collaborative collage created especially for Could be me online project*.

Could be me is a project exploring possibility of one artist occupying another's space. It is a visual adventure and an interpretation of the same sentence by different artists worldwide.
Paul Paper (Vilnius, Lithuania)

*Could be me is sadly no longer available to view online

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THIRTEEN PRINTS MAKE A BAKER'S DOZEN

Baker's Dozen, 2009, poster

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison, They whispered the secrets of the world to me, 2009, lithographic offset print

Amy Borrell, Blanca Gomez, Caroline Gaedechens, Denise Ann Holmes, Fieldguided, Forestbound, Gracia & Louise, Hanna Konola, Julia Selin, Lizzy Stewart, Renee Glazer, Sian Keegan

 

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison
They whispered the secrets of the world to me
2009
Four-colour lithographic offset print on Aquarelle Arches 100% pure cotton hot pressed 300gsm paper with collage, pencil and watercolour additions
Printed by Redwood Prints
Edition of 13
Created especially for Amy Borrell and her Baker's Dozen

 

An online exhibition and store featuring the limited edition works of thirteen different artists/makers for Amy Borrell's Baker's Dozen. For our part, we created thirteen prints embellished with collage and watercolour. Painted Firetails (Emblema pictum) and Diamond Firetails (Emblema guttatum) jostled for glorious position above a string of lights in our work, They whispered the secrets of the world to me.