Lisa Wirenfelt, Potato Potato - 30x40cm
Lisa Wirenfelt, Potato Potato - 30x40cm
Lisa Wirenfelt, Potato Potato - 30x40cm
Lisa Wirenfelt, Potato Potato - 30x40cm
Lisa Wirenfelt, Potato Potato - 30x40cm
Lisa Wirenfelt, Potato Potato - 30x40cm

Lisa Wirenfelt, Potato Potato - 30x40cm

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Wall art prints are the perfect way to elevate the look of any scheme. The Artist Lisa Wirenfelt has captured a character and a uniqueness with this abstract painting in nudes and browns, reading potato in pencil line. 10525

Art work can transform the look and feel of your home so it is important to get the right piece to complement the space. This print can stand alone or make a real statement by adding to other collected pieces to create a gallery wall that shows your personality.

Fine Art Giclée print by Lisa Wirenfelt exclusively for The Poster Club. All prints are packed in a protective tube and printed on 265g natural art paper with a matt, uncoated finish and lightly textured surface, that ensures a rich and vibrant display of colours. Printed in Denmark. 

Giclée is a printing technique used to attain intense, saturated colours as well as a greater variety of depth and nuances. Combined with the premium art paper, it guarantees archival conservation of colours for the highest possible age resistance.

This art print comes with a white border around the motif. The sizes displayed, indicates the actual size of the art print including the white border.

Unframed
Size: W30cm x L40cm 
Colour: Multi

About the Artist: 
"Lisa Wirenfelt grew up in a small village in Sweden with a mum who had her own dusty pink painting studio. "I was amazed at her creativity and also a bit jealous I think. Later on, I moved to New York, and like so many others I got truly inspired. Something happened when I sat in my art class, when I went into those magnificent museums, to Carnegie Hall and so on, and one day when I was in Public Library I just started illustrating. I sent one to my mum, and she said 'oh that’s really nice' and from there on I was hooked"..  - The Poster Club