Bull Island Bathers - Sinéad Woods
'Bull Island Bathers' is Sinéad's limited edition illustration print of a hare and its friend at the ladies bathing shelter, on the Bull Island. The iconic art deco shelters that dot Dollymount and Clontarf were designed by the architect Herbert Simms in the 1930s. Their concrete forms, with their pops of colour are a real addition to the landscape and seascape. Sinéad has replicated the old lettering that used to be painted on the shelter instead of the modern signage that has now replaced it. The playful interaction of our local wildlife with our built environment is a theme in Sinéad's work. Some of this wildlife we rarely see but we know they come out to play when we are not around.
- A3 print, on A3+ paper, (32.9 x 48.3cm). This makes it ideal for a standard size frame that has a mount for A3.
- Each piece in this edition of 100 is hand signed and numbered by Sinéad Woods
- Printed to museum quality using Giclée printing process on archival quality paper
This piece has two options.
The tube gift package comes with your print wrapped in acid free tissue paper with authenticity certificate. The tube keeps your piece well protected in transit. Please unroll the piece carefully soon after you receive it.
The mounted and framed option is available in Ireland only. Your piece will be mounted on an acid free mount and in a limed solid wood frame. The frame colour is shown in the Mount and Frame image. It is carefully chosen to let the piece stand out and to complement most interiors.