Climbing Aska print - Traverse
I produced a series of 4 giclee prints to raise funds for a good cause close to my heart. All images originated from my watercolour paintings, all about my love, Aska and her passion for climbing.
Aska has been very poorly since last summer and we spent many nights and days at Homerton Hospital. We are slowly getting back to our everyday lives, climbing and embracing each day now. Thanks to all the help we received from the staffs at Starlight ward, we got though the most traumatic time.
There was a small parents room at the ward where you can have a break from being at the bedside and the room was equipped with few chipped mugs in a cupboard and an old kettle with a loose lid. When you are physically and emotionally exhausted, you don’t care much about the details but there are definitely few little things we can help to improve.
Every £5 from print sales will go to the following:
I’d like to put together a hamper with fresh mugs, a new kettle and a selection of nice teas, biscuits for the parents room, anything left after that, I am donating to Homerton Hope charity.
Printed on 300g Museum etching paper which has light texture with matte surface, perfect for reproducing watercolour images as they give warm and crafty feel with accurate vibrant colours.
Each print measures 30cm x 30cm, edition of 20, individually signed and editioned.
I’m grateful if you could help my project, to make few things better.