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Eat Your Weeds - Little Snail - Original Linocut Print – Signed and Editioned
Eat Your Weeds - Little Snail - Original Linocut Print – Signed and Editioned
Eat Your Weeds - Little Snail - Original Linocut Print – Signed and Editioned
Eat Your Weeds - Little Snail - Original Linocut Print – Signed and Editioned
Eat Your Weeds - Little Snail - Original Linocut Print – Signed and Editioned
Eat Your Weeds - Little Snail - Original Linocut Print – Signed and Editioned

Eat Your Weeds – Little Snail – Original Linocut Print – Signed and Editioned

£23.00

Eat Your Weeds!

A sweet little snail under a dandelion original linocut print.

About A5 in size.

2 in stock (can be backordered)

Sold By: Lilly Hedley

Description

Eat Your Weeds!

A sweet little snail under a dandelion original linocut print

This is an original print, printed by Lilly using her press! This print is one of her favourites and will be part of a small, limited edition run of prints.

It is a small sized print, using black printing ink, printed on to very delicate, textured, handmade Nepalese printing paper.

The paper is sized about A5 – it has been torn down to size.

Please note! Due to the nature of hand printing no two prints are ever exactly the same. So each edition will have subtle differences.

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About the Maker:

Lilly Hedley is an illustrator and printmaker from rural North Wales.

Her work is inspired by British rural heritage, nature & wildlife, folklore and artisan food. She lives in the countryside and is am able to create work from observation of rural life, whether that be a swan drifting over the River Dee, a wildflower meadow dipped in dew, a delicious platter of farm house cheese, a farmer working with tool in hand, or even a figure from a time past.

She primarily work with the mediums of printmaking and pen/ink drawings