Sumba - Greer Smith

“This artwork was inspired by a trip to Sumba Island in Indonesia and the colours of flowers and nature there,” says artist Greer Howland Smith. “I used the process of Batik which I had learned about in Indonesia, which is a technique that uses wax resistant dyes on fabric. I hope that people will feel uplifted from the colours of this artwork.”

  • Size: 22.5 x 30 inches
  • Style: Abstract

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Greer Howland Smith is a multidisciplinary artist who works across a broad range of mediums including paint, installation and performance art. Themes she regularly addresses include current issues concerning biotechnology, social media, politics and feminism. Her work has been featured in Monocle Magazine, W Magazine, South China Morning Post and Home Journal.


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