'Cocoon' - a limited edition print of a peony


'Cocoon' - a limited edition print of a peony

from 36.00

A dash of difference. The peony’s petals twist and turn as it unravels revealing a flicker of cerise as an exciting accent to a gentle tone.

• Published in two sizes, as a limited edition of 130
• Image sizes: 25cm x 25cm and 15cm x 15cm
• Paper sizes: 33cm x 35cm and 21cm x 23cm
• Printed on 255gsm archival fine art paper using pigment inks
• Signed and numbered by the artist, Karen Hollis
• Stamped by Art in Bloom for authenticity
• Includes a ‘Certificate of Authenticity’

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‘Cocoon’, the heart of a peony limited edition print

This peony limited edition print was created from an original painting by Karen Hollis.

“These 'Festiva Maxima' peonies are amazing when they start to open and reveal their tiny flecks of maroon. I was lucky enough to have several shrubs that allowed me different views of the flower heads opening. I was captivated by the different shapes and colours that were revealed. This peony unraveled slowly and gently creating a sense of shelter. Curled over the stamens. Protecting the very heart of the flower. The unexpected colour trimming the folds and giving a touch of decoration.” Karen Hollis

Hollis specialises in bright, bold floral paintings that are flooded with light. Her pictures of flowers capture the viewer and draw them in. A statement piece for any wall.

Limited edition giclée fine art prints

From photographing the artwork, proofing the prints to signing the finished pieces we monitor all events to make sure that the limited edition print that you receive is to the highest quality. We use a professional photographer and printer to get the best results.

Giclée prints give a high degree of accuracy and a richness of colour. We use a Fine Art Trade Guild accredited printer who uses archival quality pigmented inks that are UV stable and have a lifespan of 100+ years. The fine art paper we use is archival grade 255gsm Somerset Enhanced Velvet professional cotton from the English paper maker, St Cuthberts Mill.