TableNotes by Bulbul– an Asian nightingale
Set of 4 different designs: I scan and print my original art on 100% cotton fiber paper that is archival. I ensure quality custom made wall art featuring original designs created by my musings.
This creation is inspired by the artist’s love for the birds in her cherished garden.I
am a red-whiskered Bulbul – known as the “nightingale of the east.”
A bird who once lost but has regained its freedom, I escape into a new story.
Dwell not on things of the past;Behold!
Something new springs forth.
PRINTS ON ARCHIVAL PREMIUM PAPER
Picture size: 25x25 cm: sized for Ikea frames (see info section)
Paper: 320 gsm 100% cotton fibre Acid-Free, Lignin Free, Free of Optical Brighteners Print Permanence: Archival-Certified to exceed 75 years (subject to conditions)
Use Square Sannahed frames (37x37 cm - window 25x25 cm) black and white
Add $10 for delivery.
View more at https://www.glimpsesofedenart.com/printgallery
Tune in and listen to Table Notes by artist JTMUSES as she builds this new collection*. Her work is inspired by the Word, everyday small things, a bird in a tree, our heritage, notes of nature and her clients (like Chinatown Heritage Centre, Joo Chiat/Katong Visitor Centre, MediaCorp and Singapore International Foundation!
TableNotes by Bulbul-4 Art Prints
Please go to blog : https://www.glimpsesofedenart.com/post/speak-life There is an explanation on matting and print sizes ...
some frames for reference:-
Hovsta 42x52 frame (A3 print 30x40) cm dark brown wood frame alternatives for plain black or white frames are Knoppaeng 40x50 cm (A3 30x40 print)
Vastanhed portrait 33x43 cm for (A4 prints - 21x30 cm)
Virserum (white is no longer produced) Available are Gold 38x48 cm frame, (A4 print -21x30 cm)
Square Sannahed frames (37x37 cm - window 25x25 cm) black and white
Others - you can opt for Ribba (Frame size: 52x72 cm) Print 40x50 cm. The biggest size is Ribba's 61x91 cm (Print 50x70cm) or Knoppang
We give an allowance at sides for mounting it well within the window.
Framing is expensive is SG; I have a professional framer but if you are on a budget - just get the print on archival museum paper and shop at Ikea.