‘Upwards’, a specially commissioned artwork by Emmie Newling
Upwards is a limited edition graphic print, which was commissioned by The Matrix Project in Norfolk to support ‘International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers’.
Since 2003, Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers has empowered people from cities around the world to come together and organize against discrimination and remember victims of violence. This graphic print symbolizes protection, empowerment, visibility and rights for all sex workers.
There are 50 limited edition prints available, Emmie is kindly donating 10% of her sales for this artwork to UKNSWP. She is also able to offer a 15% discount to UKNSWP associates.
Prints are printed onto Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm and are then mounted using a window mount onto 1400 micron thick conservation board. Print orders are delivered within 7 days.
Print, Mount and Framed
The image is mounted with a window mount and then professionally framed, with a choice of a black or white 30mm frame. Turn around time for frames is between 14 days.
Print Paper Size Fine Art Print, Window Mount, Back and Cellophane Bag
A4 (297 x 210mm) - £110.00 -15% @ £93.50
A3 (420 x 297mm) - £120.00 -15% @ £102.00
A2 (594 x 420mm) - £165.00 -15% @ £140.25
A1 (841 x 594mm) - £265.00 -15% @ £225.25
Framed Fine Art Print With Window Mount
(includes Printing, Mounting & Framing)
A4 (297 x 210mm) - £210.00 -15% @ £178.50
A3 (420 x 297mm) - £220.00 -15% @ £187.00
A2 (594 x 420mm) - £265.00 -15% @ £225.25
A1 (841 x 594mm) - £365.00 -15% @ £310.25
*Prices include packaging and delivery*
To order your Limited Edition Print contact Emmie Newling
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A little more about Emmie: Emmie Newling trained in BA Visual Studies at the Norwich University of the Arts. At her Graduation Emmie found commercial success when her digital prints were purchased for a large hotel in Edinburgh. From paintings, prints, design and photography Emmie maintains her unique style in every piece.
Since her Degree Emmie has worked in schools and colleges as an artistic educator. She has also worked as a gallery curator and most recently as an art coordinator for an art consultancy company.
Emmie presently lives on the North Norfolk coast and the geography of this beautiful area informs her more recent work, which includes digital artwork and large atmospheric paintings for interiors. She exhibits online and in many local galleries, including Quay Art in Blakeney, Norfolk.