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Mini Angel Cake - Floral Diamond Geo by Lhouette

Mini Angel Cake - Floral Diamond Geo by Lhouette

Original aerosol & acrylic on wood sculpture relief finished with variegated flame metallic leaf and coated in a UV protective high gloss resin

Original

Regular price $2,897.00 USD
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Artwork Details

Original aerosol & acrylic on wood sculpture relief finished with variegated flame metallic leaf and coated in a UV protective high gloss resin

Original

Image Size:

Width 63.0 cm x Height 84.0 cm

Framed Size:

Width cm x Height cm

Artist Profile

Lhouette was born in 1985 in Luton Town England, after showcasing talent within his early education, aged 17 Lhouette went on to study art and design at Central Bedfordshire College but controversially opted out to enrol into the Royal Navy.

Four years and 21 countries later Lhouette returned home and set up his first studio practice aged just 21 and soon after began creating work under the name of Lhouette.

The discovery of East London’s urban art scene and its 'Pop Up / Pop Art' galleries in the mid 2000's became major influences in his work stylistically, References from long stints sailing the Caribbean, South America and Europe can also be found in Lhouette’s work today.

Between 2010 - 2012 to enhance his understanding of running a dedicated art studio, Lhouette completed a postgraduate Diploma in Arts Management at Birkbeck University of London, the placement was based on demonstrated experience and his portfolio alone.

After-being represented for a number of years by one of the UK's leading fine art publishing houses, In 2017 the artist established his own independent contemporary art and print studios from a series large converted barns enabling him and his team of in house artisans and designers to produce outstanding works to match the scale of his ambition.

Delivery

Can't make it into the gallery to collect your order then don't worry our fully insured delivery service will ensure you order arrives with you safely.

Wherever we can we aim to deliver personally especially with original art and high value pieces and either one of our own delivery vans or one of our dedicated couriers will be available to hand deliver your purchase.

If we can't make it to you in our own vehicle then rest assured we take great pride in packaging each shipment to reach you in perfect condition, and we ensure each shipment is insured so if there is an instance of loss or damage you are fully covered.

Timescales for delivery can differ for art work in stock we will arrange for your order to be dispatched within seven days from receipt of your order, and we will always contact you prior to dispatch to arrange for a convenient time for delivery.

For custom framed artwork, or pieces we need to order from either an artist or publisher delivery may take longer but our aim will be to deliver within 10-14 days from receipt of your order, occasionally if we experience delays in materials this may extend but we will ensure you are kept fully up to date with a revised delivery date.

Delivery of furniture is arranged with a personal delivery service and the cost of this will be calculated when ordering, and we recommend contacting us prior to ordering to calculate a delivery cost.

If you aren't 100% satisfied with your purchase then you can arrange for the piece to be returned and a full refund provided please refer to our Returns Policy we just ask for you to arrange for the return of the goods and once received and inspected we will refund your order, the only exception to this is for bespoke or custom items such as a commission but this will be discussed at the point your order is raised.

If you have any questions please contact the gallery on 01263 712 181 via WhatsApp 07902 124 664 or by email sales@startlegallery.com

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0% Finance

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Price Match Policy

Have you seen this piece at a lower price with another gallery or website?

If so please let us know we are happy to price match any genuine like for like price, just share with us confirmation of the price and we will match the price for you.

Caring For Your Art

Depending on the artist’s medium of choice caring for an original painting or limited edition print will vary but, as a general rule, we would advise the following:

Sunlight, heat & humidity levels

Don’t place your art in direct sunlight or over direct heat as UV rays can cause fading and heat dries out the materials, speeding up the natural ageing process.

Do not use “picture lights” designed to attach to frames. In addition to over lighting, these cause local heating that can also be
quite damaging.

Low or high relative humidity, as well as rapid changes in relative humidity are not good for paintings.

Try to ensure the room you choose to hang your art has stable levels of humidity and avoid damp rooms
altogether.

You can use a dehumidifier to
stabilize or lower the humidity levels in a room.

Cleaning the frame, glass or resin finish

Always ensure you have clean, grease-free hands when you touch the frame.

Clean it very carefully with a slightly damp, dust-free micro-fibre cloth. Avoid using harsh cleaning chemicals or lots of soapy water. Just a regular wipe should be all you need to do to keep on top of marks and fingerprints to keep it looking like new.

If your art is behind a sheet of glass or perspex in the frame this can be gently cleaned in the same way as the frame.

Dusting an original painting

Provided that there are no signs of loose or flaking paint, an original painting may be safely dusted using a clean, soft, natural-hair artists brush (3.5cm to 5cm tip). The painting should be positioned on
a clean padded surface and held upright at a forward angle, so the dust falls away from the face of the painting.

Brushing should be carried out slowly and gently in one direction across or down the painting
followed by a second brushing in the
opposite direction.
Never use dry or moist dust cloths, stiff bristle brushes, or feather dusters to dust an original painting. Threads from dust cloths may catch on areas of raised paint, moisture may cause subsequent loss of
paint, and both bristle-haired brushes and feather dusters can scratch the surface of a painting.

If you have any questions or would like further advice you can always call the Startle Gallery Team and we will be happy to help. We can also put you in touch with professional cleaners/art restorers should you require this service.

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