Wherever You Go is one of 4 prints from Angie's 2022 range of paintings. The others are - Just Breathe, Roots & Wings & Most Cherished.
Here at Presence on Harbour, we are always excited to see what Angie Dennis will paint for her next collection of art prints, they make a wonderful gift or a present for yourself.
These artworks from Angie Dennis for 2022 incorporate some familiar elements, however with a slight surrealist lilt inspired by the Belgian artist - Rene Magritte. The windows are prominent features in many creating a sense on contemplation and space. The birds are the storytellers and the flowers all have their own meanings.
Words from Angie -
"It always fascinates me how each person can interpret artwork in a different way, with this knowledge my artwork aims to inspire you the viewer and I hop you find a personal connection with one or more of my creations!"
"This is inspired by a saying my lovely friend shared with me. Sometimes we feel like things are just not working out and we may want to make changes: move house, apply for a new job or embark on a new relationship or friendship. But the saying “Wherever we go, there you are” relates to checking in with yourself first before you move. You may end up making the change yet realise when you get to your new destination you still have that feeling of discontent just in another place! The Kingfisher is looking out the window at a new island, but when it moves to the island it finds the outlook is the same!"
These 4 pieces for 2022 ?
Print Size: A4 (210 x 297 mm) unframed.
Angie’s prints are produced to the highest quality, using UV light fast inks and printed on 300gsm bright white cotton rag-based water-resistant textured matte acid free paper for the open editions, of which this is from.
Established Auckland artist Angie Dennis has been painting professionally since 2002. Angie studied environmental science which perhaps explains her love for preserving flora and fauna in her artworks.
Angie is continually inspired by the unique landscape of New Zealand and is constantly pushing boundaries on how she sees life in her new found home.