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Dorothy

Dorothy is a giclée print with diamond dust and silkscreen glaze.

Maria Rivans new piece is based on Judy, following the tragic life story of July Garland. This piece is full of symbolism, the baby represents Judy as a child star, the camera represents a life followed by the press, the rainbow to represent her adoring gay followers and the famous song, the ring represents her 5 marriages. 

“I felt that her death was an end to the suffering and sadness. It was time for her to transition and rebirth into a happier existence. But it is wonderful how she still lives on through her music and film.”

This artwork will be released as part of the Enter Gallery Virtual Art Yard Sale on Fri 30th October 2020. Sign up for our newsletter and be the first to know it's available to buy here.

Art Yard Sale: £300                                                                        

Price from 2nd November: £420

This item is POA (Price on Application), for a price, please call us: +44(0)1273 724829 or message us.

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Specifications
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Signed: Yes
Hand Finished: Yes
Medium: Giclee, Print
Edition Type:
Edition Size: 75
Size (cm): 50 x 50
SKU: EG03451
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About the artist
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Taking a unique approach to collaging, Maria Rivans is known for her layered imagery of vintage Hollywood. From starlets to Sci-Fi, B-movies to TV trash, Rivans’ passion for bygone cinema is palpable, infusing every piece with a life of its own.  

Merging Pop Art with Surrealism, her work overflows with elements – a rich fusion of the organic and artificial, the urban and the natural, the human and the animal. Finely tuned to colour and compositional harmony, Rivans uses her distinctive approach to vintage adding a touch of humour, optimism, and inspiration. 

In 2017 and 2018, her work featured in The Times newspaper and, in 2018, her Film Still ‘Understanding Nothing’ was selected for the Royal Academy’s 250th Summer Exhibition.