I Love This City (Even More When the Sky is Blue) – Glasgow


I Love This City (Even More When the Sky is Blue) Glasgow

Limited edition digital print featuring 48 Sarah Kudirka original (painted in oils and drawn in pencil over her Polaroids) in a grid curated by the artist, as an installation.

Glasgow buildings and streets captured by the artist while walking from the West End to the city centre, reimagined in vibrant colours and under bright blue skies.

Each image has a shadow, and the quality of production is incredibly crisp, so they are indistinguishable from Kudirka’s original painted over Polaroids. 

Dimensions 111 x 70cm (unmounted, ready to frame) vertical composition.
Printed in exquisite quality on heavyweight Hahnemuehle fine art photorag paper. Each is signed, edition numbered and titled on the front by the artist in pencil.

Perfect for a Glasgow lover in Scotland or beyond, a bold sized piece of art designed to fit in a stylish home or office interior.

Will be shipped in a robust cardboard tube (shipping price applies to unframed)

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Sarah Kudirka

Sarah Kudirka is an award-winning contemporary artist based in Glasgow. She works in oils often over Polaroids and other instant film exposures. Her work features bright abstract colour and explores the shapes and edges of things around us including buildings, objects and cities. Original paintings and some digital prints for sale. Her distinctive work is collected worldwide.

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