Breastfeeding Art - Atlantia in dreamy ocean alcohol ink, breastfeeding art, breastfeeding print, female artist, Gina Jones Creations
Breastfeeding Art - Atlantia in dreamy ocean alcohol ink, breastfeeding art, breastfeeding print, female artist, Gina Jones Creations
Breastfeeding Art - Atlantia in dreamy ocean alcohol ink, breastfeeding art, breastfeeding print, female artist, Gina Jones Creations

Breastfeeding Art - Atlantia in dreamy ocean


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Do you want to decorate your home with beautiful breastfeeding art?

We have the perfect paintings for mom that will make your heart melt. Our breastfeeding art print is a stunning piece of wall art that will be sure to bring joy into any room it’s placed in. This painting comes in hues of blue.

You won’t find another product like this one out there! It’s truly unique and makes an amazing gift for all new nursing mothers who are looking to decorate their homes with something meaningful and sentimental. If you order today, we promise delivery within 7-10 days so you don’t have to wait long before enjoying this wonderful painting in your own home!

    ARTIST: Gina Jones

    SIZE:

    STYLE: Figurative Line Art and Representational Art

    THEME: Breastfeeding, Nursing, Chestfeeding

    COLOUR:

    MEDIUM: Synthetic paper, Alcohol Ink

    FINISH: Krylon Kamar Varnish and Krylon UV Gloss 

    FRAMED:

    METALLICS: Brass

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    FAQs

    Yes. I accept orders worldwide.

    Shipping is free worldwide over $100AUD

    I can provide a mockup for you for no extra charge.

    Simply email me a photo of the room with height and width, and I will create an insitu, to scale mockup of how the artwork would look in the desired space.

    alcohol ink

    What is it and how is it used in your art?

    Alcohol inks are a highly pigmented, alcohol-based ink. When mixed with Isopropyl Alcohol a variety of fluid effects can be created.

    I experiment between creating gradients, ripples, and floral effects, all of which are created with my heat gun.


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