When people buy a work, it’s interesting what becomes of the piece.
A few have ended up in the toilet, adorning a wall, being looked at a few times a day. One artwork I’m renovating at the moment needed spray mounting every 6 months. Some hide in spare rooms, some luxuriate in living rooms above mantle pieces or in large pristine kitchens. This work, exhibited at the Mary Ward show has been bought, been given a wonderful frame by Stocks framers of Clerkenwell Road and hangs over a large bed in Islington. The spangles on her shoulder catching the north London light.
Here is the painting in the catalogue. See how the frame enhances.