Janna Wall Art Canvas

£269.00

Janna will take centre stage in your home. Watercolour waves with splashes of gold foil combine to create this eye-catching piece of printed art. A bright gold frame adds to the stylish quality of the piece and gives greater emphasis to the captivating shades of teal and blue.

Hanging vertically or horizontally on a solid-coloured wall, it has an opportunity to present its patterns without distraction. Team up with our co-ordinating piece Flux 11 and transform your space in an instant. Flux 1 is a printed and hand-painted design, by artist Patrick St. Germain.

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 – Patrick St. Germain
Patrick is largely influenced by his travels into remote parts of the world, he explores the grandeur of nature by weaving abstraction and landscape into his own personal visual language.

Regular price £269.00
Dimensions: Height: 91cm, Width: 122cm, Depth: 4cm
Bulb Details: N/A
Lead Time: 3 - 4 Working Days (SC3)

Janna will take centre stage in your home. Watercolour waves with splashes of gold foil combine to create this eye-catching piece of printed art. A bright gold frame adds to the stylish quality of the piece and gives greater emphasis to the captivating shades of teal and blue.

Hanging vertically or horizontally on a solid-coloured wall, it has an opportunity to present its patterns without distraction. Team up with our co-ordinating piece Flux 11 and transform your space in an instant. Flux 1 is a printed and hand-painted design, by artist Patrick St. Germain.

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 – Patrick St. Germain
Patrick is largely influenced by his travels into remote parts of the world, he explores the grandeur of nature by weaving abstraction and landscape into his own personal visual language.