Marcelina Amelia is an exciting contemporary artist known for her feminist works that focus on themes of self-acceptance, body positivity, and representations of female sexuality.
This piece is inspired by superstitions and proverbs that Amelia heard while growing up in Poland. The subject holds an egg, which is said to remove bad charms if placed underneath a baby's cot.
This artwork is intended to be a talisman for those searching for personal healing and artistic inspiration.
This giclee print is hand-finished with acrylic paint and hand-torn deckled edges, making each piece unique. It is from a limited edition of 80, signed and numbered by the artist.
Please note this artwork comes framed in a 25mm white box frame.
Size (cm): 70 x 95
Hand Finished: Yes
Medium: Giclee, Print
Edition Type: Limited Edition
Edition Size: 80
Size (cm): 70 x 95
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About the artist
Contemporary artist Marcelina Amelia draws inspiration from her Polish heritage, looking to traditions of folklore and religious iconography to develop a distinctive contemporary aesthetic. Blending childhood nostalgia with the power of dream, Amelia’s work takes a surreal look at the human condition, exploring the tensions and juxtapositions that define our lives. She explains: “I like to play at the tense borders between lust and innocence; joy and sadness; fun and pain. My interest in juxtaposition comes from my origins and fascination with East European culture.”
In 2018, Rebecca Wilson, chief curator at Saatchi Art, highlighted Amelia as an artist to invest in, while Saatchi curator Monty Preston recognised her as “unquestionably an artist on the rise.”
She has been featured in publications including Booooooom, Digital Arts, Art Wednesday, Vogue and Ballad Of Magazine. She exhibited at D&AD, New Designers, London Design Festival, London Illustration Fair, and took part in Faberge’s Big Egg Hunt.