- About the Artists
Do you sometimes feel like contemporary art is too angry, too grim, and too contentious for everyday consumption? Well, you’ll find none of these worries here with artist Danielle Tay's vibrant and joyous body of work.
Pop them next to your indoor plants to set off the bright fresh greens.
Hang them by the window to dispel the gloom from an overcast day.
These happy prints are bound to raise a smile wherever you find them. And if they look familiar at all to you, you’d be pleased to know that Tay’s work can be found in many cool Singapore establishments- from Shake Shack to the former Joo Chiat police station heritage building, to a hotel in the trendy Keong Saik area. Bring a touch of that coolness home, with this set of prints, sold exclusively on Shop Plural.
Soleil reminds us of sunny vacations and crashing waves, in a time well before the pandemic. A vase of flowers punctuates the swirling greens and turquoises, as a mysterious feline friend emerges from the cool blues. Add a good book to the mix (as the artist has done), and hey presto! You're instantly transported to the most relaxing holiday ever.
Prints are sold unframed and come in 2 sizes (21 x 30cm and 30 x 40cm)
These are signed giclee prints limited to an edition of 50. They are professionally printed using archival inks on 310gsm acid-free fine art paper.
Read more about Danielle’s work here.