Innes 11 Canvas Wall Art

£289.00

Innes 11 is an abstract and evocative artwork piece that can add a contemporary touch to the traditional interior. Hues of teal and grey with gold leaf accents complement and contrast one another, and can create a focal point within the living space when hung vertically or horizontally.

Team up with Innes 1 and transform your space in an instant.

Innes 11, is a printed and hand-painted design, by artist Ksenia Sizaya.

This piece has been carefully selected, not only for its originality but its stunning design and use of colour. It is designed to coordinate beautifully with the rest of our collection.

© Artist – Ksenia Sizaya.

Ksenia Sizaya graduated from the St. Petersburg State University of Technology and Design, where she completed her master’s degree and was awarded a High Qualification in Graphic Arts. Her creative process involves experimenting with various mediums in search of new techniques, textures, and styles. She derives inspiration from the natural world of forests and mountains as well as the urban environment.

Regular price £289.00
Dimensions: Height: 76cm, Width: 152cm, Depth: 4cm
Bulb Details: No bulb required.
Lead Time: up to 3 weeks

Innes 11 is an abstract and evocative artwork piece that can add a contemporary touch to the traditional interior. Hues of teal and grey with gold leaf accents complement and contrast one another, and can create a focal point within the living space when hung vertically or horizontally.

Team up with Innes 1 and transform your space in an instant.

Innes 11, is a printed and hand-painted design, by artist Ksenia Sizaya.

This piece has been carefully selected, not only for its originality but its stunning design and use of colour. It is designed to coordinate beautifully with the rest of our collection.

© Artist – Ksenia Sizaya.

Ksenia Sizaya graduated from the St. Petersburg State University of Technology and Design, where she completed her master’s degree and was awarded a High Qualification in Graphic Arts. Her creative process involves experimenting with various mediums in search of new techniques, textures, and styles. She derives inspiration from the natural world of forests and mountains as well as the urban environment.