Gabby Malpas, Garden of Eden VII
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Gabby Malpas, Garden of Eden VII

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Est. Arrival: Feb 04 - Feb 12
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Why we love this

Seen first at One Kings Lane: This vibrant botanical work from Gabby Malpas really pops against a black mat and wood frame. Printed on high-quality paper with deckled edges this piece arrives ready to hang.

Artist: Gabby Malpas
Dimensions: frame size, 12.5"L x 15"W x 1.25"D; image size, 8.5"L x 11"W
Finish: frame, black
Frame Details: wood/Plexiglas/1" black mat
Made Of: giclée print on watercolor paper
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU: 77421198
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Feb 04 - Feb 12
STANDARD DELIVERY: This item ships standard service. Learn more about our shipping & handling rates.
RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
Gabby Malpas creates joyful, intricate watercolor works. Locally grown flowers and fruits picked nearby are rendered with tender warmth, often borrowing from the delicate aesthetics of Chinese ceramics and Southeast Asian batik fabrics. She works on high-quality art paper which she sometimes stitches together to add texture. Gabby trained as a ceramicist in New Zealand and has lived for many years in the UK. She now resides in Sydney, Australia.
Why we love this

Seen first at One Kings Lane: This vibrant botanical work from Gabby Malpas really pops against a black mat and wood frame. Printed on high-quality paper with deckled edges this piece arrives ready to hang.

About the Brand
Gabby Malpas creates joyful, intricate watercolor works. Locally grown flowers and fruits picked nearby are rendered with tender warmth, often borrowing from the delicate aesthetics of Chinese ceramics and Southeast Asian batik fabrics. She works on high-quality art paper which she sometimes stitches together to add texture. Gabby trained as a ceramicist in New Zealand and has lived for many years in the UK. She now resides in Sydney, Australia.