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KATE BLACK

Chicken in the House (Framed Collage on Board)

£395.00

KATE BLACK

Chicken in the House (Framed Collage on Board)

£395.00

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Product Details

A new collage collection from British artist Kate Black inspired by village-hall banners, Asafo Fante flags and folk art motifs gathered from years of collecting images.

Kate Black's collages have been nominated for the prestigious Jerwood Drawing Prize, the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize and shortlisted for The Derwent Art Prize, exhibited at the Mall Galleries London.

Known for her re-use of existing materials to create canvases; box lids, cardboard boxes and the reverse of opened-out old book covers are all utilised in these original collages.

Size: 297 x 420 mm

Framed Size with mount: 382 x 505 mm

Available in a choice of three frames:

Oak, Black, White

Please note: Our framers are recognised by the Fine Art Trade Guild for their quality because the custom frames have tightly pinned corners, and are made from precision cut wood in England, made bespoke for each order. All our frames are glazed with our Clarity+ Perspex. It's cut from the highest quality acrylic sheet that's both crystal clear, but also safe and filters out 99% of UV light to protect the artwork.

Read more about our FRAMING WORKSHOP here


About

British artist Kate Black creates work with a seemingly childlike aesthetic and has a growing number of collectors as well as prestigious prizes and exhibitions. 

Born in Walsall, an industrial town in the Black Country, Kate sites the history of the area as an enduring source of inspiration. “I recall visiting The Black Country Living Museum from a young age and was instantly enthralled by the skills and crafts from the Industrial Age. Rag-rugs, chain-making, life along ‘the cut’ (or canal), the workers’ cottages – it’s these places that act as a catalyst for ideas and inspiration when it comes to making artworks. Interiors of the cottages, the colours, structures, forms and shapes all inform the ingredients I use to make artworks, be it drawings, paintings, textile or three-dimensional pieces.”