Bev Davies – Proud Mum – Signed Limited Edition Print
Bev studied at Wrexham art college over 35 years ago, which led to her studying a BA in 3D Glass Design.
Upon graduation, she pursued a career in glass as a self employed artist. She later combined her skills with that of her husband (also a glass artist) to open their own glass studio business. They specialise in contemporary lighting and installations.
A change of circumstances and the emergence of the global pandemic in 2020 led to a need to stay at home. It was an opportunity for her to start painting again. This led to her creating a collection of pictures depicting herself as a Goldfish. The Goldfish was a representation of how she was feeling during her time shielding, illustrating her feelings of isolation and loneliness.
Naturally drawn to depicting both animals and people, Shropshire based Bev Davies’ style is free and distinctive. Therefore capturing the feelings and emotions of her subject. She uses a limited palette of earthy natural hues. She works with a combination of watercolour with Pen and Ink, to create her expressive and characterful compositions.
“I enjoy the challenge of interpreting new subjects with my emerging and evolving style and palette of techniques. I am on a never-ending journey to find new ways to innovate and add extra depth to my work”
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Bev Davies – Proud Mum
What is a Giclée Print? – pronounced ‘zhee-klay’
A giclée print is a high quality fine art reproduction, where archival pigment inks are sprayed on to an archival fine art paper or canvas.
Coined by Jack Duganne, the term ‘Giclée’ is a French word meaning ‘a spray or a squirt of liquid’. The term ‘giclée print’ is used to describe the giclée printing process. Images created from the high-resolution digital capture of original artwork, are printed using archival quality inks onto archival fine art substrates including canvas and fine art papers to achieve giclée prints with exceptional stability and lightfastness.