Orb - Limited Edition Print

  • Orb - Limited Edition Print
  • Orb - Limited Edition Print
  • Orb - Limited Edition Print
  • Orb - Limited Edition Print

A limited edition archival quality digital giclee print on Bockingford watercolour paper, made in Somerset which has a beautiful texture.
Full - bleed original print of Orb - an original cyanotype print by Claire Cartwright, part of her Float collection and body of work.


-You will receive a full bleed original print of Orb which is signed and numbered.
It is unframed and will be posted rolled in tissue paper and in a tube to protect the print from damage.
-Limited edition to 50 prints
-This print is A3 size (297 x 420mm)
-Suitable for mounting and framing in A2 as pictured.

Float is currently in exhibition at The Jam Factory, Oxford for at 7 weeks from November 6th.
Read more about the body of work below below.

Float is an exhibition of contemporary art and lighting exploring the ideas of transience and objects in space. The exhibited pieces range from cyanotype monoprints, screen-printed linen wall hangings, and table lamps.
Similar motifs travel through the collection and are echoed and informed by the process. The interplay between the controlled nature of screen-printing and the variability of cyanotype is explored with curiosity and playfulness. Observing how motifs and designs lend themselves to each technique and evolve along the way directs the design of the next piece. Cyanotype allows me to use precision whilst inviting the inherent variability of the process to resonate. Using our natural ultraviolet light source, the sun, with the endlessly- changing sky means I’ll never produce identical prints, whilst screen printing and the limiting nature of hand-cut stencils offers a more confined style, and designing within tighter boundaries.
I thoroughly enjoy applying print to functional objects such as lighting. Not only the concept of creating light with light through the cyanotype process, but also adding a dynamic continuation of the design, allowing it a transient spirit - a reminder that nothing is fixed.