Framed Two Young Lovers

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Framed Two Young Lovers

By: JAYSON LILLEY

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Framed Two Young Lovers is a Silkscreen Print by contemporary artist Jayson Lilley. Printed onto Archival Museum Board and finished with Pen, Ink, and Copper Foil, the print is from a limited edition of 20 and is signed and numbered by the artist. Contemporary artist Jayson Lilley works at the forefront of printmaking practices, incorporating painting and collage techniques into his process. His work is known for its urban and architectural focus reproducing iconic structures from the metropolis with stark, minimalist impact.Framed Two Young Lovers depicts the iconic capital, looking north from Parliament Hill. Under a copper sky, the city's glass tower blocks line the horizon, surrounded by red construction cranes, while two lovers sit arm in arm on Parliament Hill's peak bench, surrounded by leafy, summer foliage. Beautifully hand-drawn in Lilley's signature monochrome style, finished with scribbles of bright colour, and set into a circular frame, Framed Two Young Lovers is a delightful tribute to Britain's Big Smoke.The black frames are 3cm deep and almost 4cm wide, all work is flout mounted on 5mm foam core with approximately a 3cm border from artwork to the inside edge of frame.

My infatuation comes by the shape that my chosen building or vista makes as it cuts its way into the sky - the negative space draws me in as much as the building itself.

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Screenprint on Archival Museum Board

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