The Toronto Reference Library is bursting with oversized botanicals in this unique layered papercut!
Clean inked architectural lines intertwine with fantastical plant-life in this one of a kind papercut. Each plant is watercoloured and carefully arranged to create a one of a kind piece that weaves throughout the Reference Library's windows. Based on Natalie's research into the original architectural plans for the Library by architect Raymond Moriyama and his inspiration of the Babylon Hanging Gardens, this imaginative portrait of the Reference Library by Natalie brings in the lush experience of plant life originally planned for the library's atrium.
Art Prints are archival, high quality flat prints made by Natalie in an open edition.
Available as a high quality art prints in two sizes: a 12”x12” art print with a surrounding mat and a 6”x6” art print.
Art Prints are archivally printed on 100% cotton rag paper and signed by the artist. I photograph my original layered artwork in my studio with a high-res camera, and print each art print myself using an archival Epson Pro Stylus printer and high quality art paper. Please note an Art Print is FLAT - Natalie carefully photographs her original artwork with studio lighting, and prints out museum-quality archival prints. Each art print is signed.
Natalie's art brings such colourful joy. So glad to support a local Toronto artist!