A beautiful limited edition print of the neon art sculpture: Neonasm Pleonasm (bored?) by artist Rebecca Mason. This is a signed fine art giclee print of the original red neon artwork.
You can now own your own little piece of Rebecca's art with this high quality print of the original artwork: This is a piece of self satire regarding Rebecca's own work, as well as being an artwork satirising the art industry and "neon art". "Pleonasm" refers to the use of more words than necessary to convey meaning...She made up the word 'neonasm'.
UK artist Rebecca Mason has been creating her recognisable combination of neon and text art since 2013. Rebecca's sculptural work uses neon lit words over background text to make observations about life, love, money and culture. Rebecca has exhibited at various UK venues and has collectors both in the UK and overseas.
Please note these are 2d prints on paper and DO NOT light up or contain any neon.
Edition size of only 10.
Signed and numbered on the front.
Unframed and printed on archival museum grade Hahnemuehle Photo Rag 308gsm 100% cotton rag paper.
64 x 54.6 cm. Includes a 5cm border all the way around.
Prints are posted in a tube.
64 x 54.6 cm
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