‘Number Crunching.’ A print by artist Ann Gadd (420x594mm) includes white border signed and numbered by the artist. Ships internationally. This is great fun for the workplace. Creates fun atmosphere. Go back to office prints.
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Ann Gadd is a South African artist who since she began painting sheep in 2003 has come up with literally thousands of fun ideas relating to the workplace, sport, wine, booze, professions and general topics. Her paintings and prints hang internationally in homes, collections and offices. She has exhibited both at home and in various overseas exhibitions, including the Florence Bienniale, London, Brighton (Art at Five), Belfast, NZ etc.. ‘Number Crunching’, a print, is just one in her collection/flock. Order it as a print or commission and painting. Commissions range in size from 30x30cm to 2+m. Typically a commission will take 2-3 weeks from deposit to completion.
Ann’s recommendation for mounting: Avoid block-mounting. Rather place in a black frame with glass.
She initially became known for her ‘ewe/sheep’ series of work. Whilst maintaining her ironic humour she has painted a number of other series of works, including ‘Wild Life’ ‘Zulu Lulu’ and a dog series.
A reoccurring theme in her work is a play on words and use of popular jargon. Her quirky, humorous, yet profoundly insightful art, allows the viewer not only to laugh at themselves, but to examine many of the absurd aspects of life.