Contemporary Art Prints ‘Don’t Speak What The Heart Flutters’ by Alexandra Gallagher
‘Don’t Speak what the Heart Flutters’ by award-winning UK artist Alexandra Galagher are limited edition, Giclee contemporary art prints. This beautiful print depicts a beautiful woman, captured in an exquisite repose in the midst of blossoming flowers, with butterflies hovering nearby.
With perhaps hints of inspiration from the Art Nouveau artwork of Alphonse Mucha, and the Surrealism of Salvador Dali, these prints are striking in their composition, with butterflies, flowers and geometry entwined around a central figure.
The muted colours sit perfectly side by side to give an elegantly balanced Surrealist composition, where no colours out-compete one another.
A great piece for a steel grey or white colour scheme, these contemporary art prints could soon be sitting pretty on a wall of your home. There are only a limited edition of these amazing prints so be sure to order yours today.
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Limited Edition Giclee Print of 50
Signed and numbered by the artist
310gsm Cotton Rag Paper
Contemporary Art Prints Artist
Alexandra Gallagher is an award-winning British artist, whose work celebrates the surreal and the sublime. Alexandra’s multimedia style includes painting, collage, street art and photography.
Gallagher’s art looks beyond our subjective limits to create fantastical worlds and ideas. She skillfully blends fine art with photorealism, using soft colours, and adding incredible layers of detail. Her extraordinary pieces tell a story of imagination, dreams, memory and experience.
Alexandra Gallagher’s artwork is highly acclaimed and sold across the UK and internationally. Exhibitions have included London’s Saatchi Gallery and at the Affordable Art Fairs in London and Singapore. She won the Saatchi Showdown Surrealism Second Place Winner 2012, the Secret Art Prize Runner Up Winner 2016 and London Contemporary Art Prize 2018 Finalist.