Be Kind Art Print A4

Media: Fine Art Print on archival 100% cotton paper 

Print Size: A4 (210 x 297mm) Fine Art Print Signed by Angie Dennis

"My artwork for 2020 is inspired by self-reflection and the ongoing search for happiness.  I’ve heard that the secret to happiness is when you stop looking for it.  2020 has been a year none of us will forget due to the global effects of COVID 19. Many people I’ve spoken to have talked about how lockdown was a time of reflection and working out what was important or not to them, as always my pieces aim to create further discussion on the subject." 

Be Kind - I’ve heard acts of kindness spread faster than a virus.  Whether it’s someone not saying hello to you in the street or a bad conversation, the aim of this piece is to focus on trying not to take someone’s challenging situation personally…”it’s not your shit, be kind”.  The Tui represents the negative chatter that goes on in your head if you think you’ve done something wrong, the rose with thorns to represent the hurt. The phone is the interaction between you and the person and the wise owl (Morepork) to remind us to Be Kind.

*Please note that there is an initial delay with this collection as these prints are lovingly being prepared behind the scenes. We aim to have them dispatched August 27th

Angie Dennis

For a truly stunning piece of art we highly recommend an Angie Dennis print. Angie is one of our most embraced artists here at Creative and Brave. Hold your cursor over the image to see the level of detail for yourself. All of Angie’s prints come hand signed and include a separate info page featuring the artist’s bio and/or background about the inspiration behind the print itself.

 

Established Auckland artist Angie Dennis has been painting professionally since 2002. Angie studied environmental science which perhaps explains her love for preserving flora and fauna in her artworks.

 

Angie is continually inspired by the unique landscape of New Zealand and is constantly pushing boundaries on how she sees life in her new found home.

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