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Venus And Back, Diamond Dust

Lauren Baker is an acclaimed contemporary artist, known for artworks and installations that play with light and explore human connection, and the expansiveness of the universe.

Venus And Back is a prime example of Baker’s oeuvre, in which she uses neon light to express positive messages and life mantras that remind us to love each other and ourselves.

Via her tender messages, Baker aims to raise the vibration of love and connection in the world.

This giclée print is from a limited edition of 10. It comes hand-embellished with diamond dust, and is signed and numbered by the artist.


White Frame 200-225 with No Float + £288
Black Frame 200-225 with No Float + £288
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    Signed: Yes
    Hand Finished: Yes
    Medium: Giclee, Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 10
    Size (cm): 100 x 100
    SKU: EG06714

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    About the artist

    Lauren Baker is a London-based artist, who explores human connection, metaphysics and the universe through her work. Baker works across multiple artistic mediums, but whether she is creating diamond dust prints or neon signs, her aim is to make us feel loved, connected, and to raise our collective vibration.  

    Baker’s artistic journey began in 2012, after spending a life-changing period in the Peruvian Amazon. To create her artworks, the artist listens to sound waves in order to achieve a meditative state, which allows her to paint auras and energy. Each sense-enhancing piece is intended as a ‘burst of celestial optimism.’

    Many of Baker’s artworks feature a collaboration with light, whether that’s via neon light, mirrors or glow-in-the-dark inks. This is a key element of Baker’s exploration of human connection to the cosmos, and the idea that we are all made of stardust.