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Limited Edition Print – Nineteen Sixty Three

Exclusive to Curious Egg. ‘Nineteen Sixty Three’ is one in an edition of only 50 high quality limited edition prints by Abi Baikie created on the highest quality Hahnemuhle photorag paper using museum quality inks. Taken from the original mixed media artwork its one of a series of works inspired by her travels to Asia. Abi creates her artworks by screen printing in layers, then sometimes working on top with stencilled motifs and hand painted imagery in oils.

The White Building, built in 1963, is an iconic apartment block in Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh. It currently awaits an uncertain future as talks continue about the demolition of this vibrant community that stands alone in the heart of Phnom Penh’s urban redevelopment. Abi created this work to show the strong, bold community that resides there.

“The washing rail for me symbolises a reminder of how we are all the same, a symbol of family, of home that we often see wherever we are in the world. Following many violent evictions in Cambodia I wanted to remind the public that the families and people that live there are humans just like me and you and deserve fair humane treatment if this building is destined to be brought down.

My travels to Asia inspired my current style, embracing strong colours and striking patterns, imitating the vibrancy and bustle that first hits you in countries like Cambodia and India. I often begin with bold, striking backgrounds then select individual objects to oil paint on top, which are selected from my own photographs I take during my travels. These objects give a human aspect to the work, something the viewer can relate to, something familiar. However, they are often unusual or slightly abstract so they cannot be placed entirely and maintain a little unfamiliarity and curiosity.” Abi Baikie

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“abi Abi Baikie graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee, Scotland, with a BA Hons in Fine Art. She received the Invited Graduate Award 2015 from The Society of Scottish Artists (SSA) and during the SSA Annual Exhibition was awarded the Southfield Prize. Abi’s work, as well as being exhibited in her home country of Scotland, has featured in shows in China and the USA.

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Weight 14 g
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Highest quality Giclée print on fine art paper: Hahnemule Photo Rag Smooth Matt 305gsm. Printed with museum quality archival inks. Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist with a unique serial number.

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Exclusive to Curious Egg. ‘Nineteen Sixty Three’ is one in an edition of 50 high quality limited edition prints by Abi Baikie created on the highest quality Hahnemuhle photorag paper using museum quality inks. Taken from the original mixed media artwork its one of a series of works inspired by her travels to Asia. Abi creates her artworks by screen printing in layers, then sometimes working on top with stencilled motifs and hand painted imagery in oils. The White Building, built in 1963, is an iconic apartment block in Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh. It currently awaits an uncertain future as talks continue about the demolition of this vibrant community that stands alone in the heart of Phnom Penh’s urban redevelopment. Abi created this work to show the strong, bold community that resides there. “The washing rail for me symbolises a reminder of how we are all the same, a symbol of family, of home that we often see wherever we are in the world. Following many violent evictions in Cambodia I wanted to remind the public that the families and people that live there are humans just like me and you and deserve fair humane treatment if this building is destined to be brought down. My travels to Asia inspired my current style, embracing strong colours and striking patterns, imitating the vibrancy and bustle that first hits you in countries like Cambodia and India. I often begin with bold, striking backgrounds then select individual objects to oil paint on top, which are selected from my own photographs I take during my travels. These objects give a human aspect to the work, something the viewer can relate to, something familiar. However, they are often unusual or slightly abstract so they cannot be placed entirely and maintain a little unfamiliarity and curiosity.” Abi Baikie

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