Original paintings, fine art prints, posters and drawings.
New additions to the shop are now live, as work showing in Tate Britain opens to the public in London. All five pieces showing in "Women Own Revolt' from 8th November 2023 until 4th April 2024 are available as prints. The work will include the artist's well known image Snakes and Ladders as seen on the cover of Maud Sulter's book 'Passion'. The paper batik made in 1985 with inks and a melted candle on wallpaper, is available here without it's ceramic elements.
In addition four small collages will be showing in the exhibition which tours to National Galleries Edinburgh, and The Whitworth in Manchester during 2024. They are also in the 'Art showing at Tate Britain' collection.
The other paintings in the shop were made with pigment dyes on Bockingford Watercolour paper, during lockdown. Like a colour cure. They can be printed to order as gyclee fine art prints on archive quality Hahnemuhle paper.
Posters and line drawings are also available on smooth Matt poster papers as well as the heavier weights.
Prints are made to order from the original paintings in a range of sizes. The colour palette varies from quiet sand dunes, to deep rivers and vivid cities. Some look well in homely spaces, others are more suited to public buildings. Two of the original full size paintings have been purchased by The Clatterbridge Hospital in Liverpool, where they can be seen by the public. A set of the prints has been hung with a selection of Liverpool artist's work at the Lock and Key Hotel in Duke Street.
The paintings are signed with pigment ink, and the prints have a digital signature. The artist Nina Edge is well known in the UK, and has shown work in Europe and America. After training trained in ceramic design she produced radical textiles, performance and public realm work, usually working on a commissions.
She has rarely made small work for sale. This shop is an experiment to see if small series of works will be invited onto the walls of more homes and businesses.
For more about public realm work, gallery commissions, films, urban design activism and live work visit
(image Robert Taylor)