SERIES IV | MERLOT

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When I lived in Brooklyn, a small, hole-in-the-wall wine bar opened just down the street from me. It was a gem. With its unassuming white-washed exposed brick walls and bare decor, it was here I experienced the most creative and delicious pairings of wine, cheese, and chocolate. This artwork nods to the colour palette of the wines, lavender cheese, and raspberry chocolate.
 
This body of work is a contemporary exploration of belonging – or lack thereof. Geometries from Jordanian Bedouin weavings and Palestinian embroidery have been deconstructed and interwoven with personal stories and contemporary colour palettes, for a fresh – and personal – take on heritage.
 
This is a print of an original drawing I created using mixed media (colour pencils, marker, pen) on archival paper.
 
 

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ART PRINTS
I only work with reputable, high-quality fine art printers when producing my art prints. All prints are produced using archival inks and paper, or 100% cotton canvas. This means that if taken care of properly, the colours will not yellow or fade over time.
 
RESIN ART JEWELLERY
Resin is a material that originally comes from plant resin – the sticky transparent substance you see on tree barks. The resin I use is a jewellery grade resin, which means it’s non-yellowing and non-toxic. Please note that due to their handcrafted nature, the pieces are imperfect; I make individual moulds out of clay and sand the pieces by hand once they cure so the surfaces are uneven. This adds character and depth to your piece.