Talia's prints are thoughtfully constructed by mixing modern design practice with the more traditional concept of the posed portrait.
All the portraits are designed to mix and match and contain block pastel and neutral background tones harmoniously suiting them to both contemporary and more conventional decor. From a bold industrial look to stripped back minimal, the artworks add warmth and a focal point to a room.
Fine art prints are a great way to invest in affordable quality art that can be passed down through the generations. As the prints are all certified giclée quality, they will last without discolouring for up to 200 years. To achieve this, the images are printed with fine inks on archival quality paper at an incredibly high resolution. They are then carefully packaged with acid free tissue paper and casing to protect their longevity.
There are currently two collections in progress: Great British Birds and Woodland Creatures.
Brought up in rural Hampshire on the edge of the South Downs, Talia woke up in the mornings to fat pheasants, rabbits and the occasional hare on the lawn and in the fields surrounding the house, roe deer. In the woods out back (an old disused chalk pit), foxes, partridge, beautiful buzzards and kite's. All this made perfect subject matter for her sketchbooks and helped carve the way for art school in London.
Beginning at Central St. Martin’s for an art and design foundation, her eyes were opened to new mediums including photography and sculpture. Wanting to concentrate on more contemporary fine art practices, Talia then went on to study fine art at Middlesex in north London.
In 2013, Talia took a break from work in the city and travelled around Western Europe with her boyfriend, finally settling in the western French Alps. It was here following a mountain accident in 2016 the she found herself exploring digital design:
Talia works from her home studio in central Bedford.
Proud to work with British independent businesses, the artworks are printed in Bristol and all packaging and marketing materials are also sourced in the UK.