A4 Limited Edition of 25.
A3 Limited Edition of 25.
Signed and numbered by the Creator.
Fine art Giclée print on 310gsm acid free German Etching watercolour paper (textured matte 100% cotton rag).
Sarah Bunton’s work takes an abstract view on the idea of life and death, using symbolism as a major key to get ideas including, and not limited to, dissociation, creation, decay, and surrealism.
Her work uses symbols to depict life and death. Life is symbolised by plants, flowers, bright colours, and significant works from other artists, such as the hands of creation or the starburst. Life also is represented by a youthful woman with dark hair. Death is symbolised by the short-lived butterfly, warped Salvador Dali style clocks, decaying fruit, skeletons, surreal figures, and missing parts in people’s faces or bodies.
“My work 'Dieffenbachia' unites life and death with bright colours & lively dieffenbachia plants, and a skeleton who is missing part of his face. Dieffenbachia is a common household plant which has an urban legend of being deadly. If ingested, this plant would cause the inability to speak, and eventually death.”