Spend £500 – Free £50 Giftcard (code GIFT50) | Spend £1000 – Free £100 Giftcard (code GIFT100)

Where She Lives

Iona Stern

£520Or own this artwork from £52 a month with interest free finance.
Select Own Art at checkout.

This piece is an original, only 1 available

 

Where She Lives, oil painting on canvas by contemporary artist Iona Stern

 

Original one-off piece

 

Size: 54cm (h) x 54cm (w)

 

*This piece has been framed by the artist and is inclusive in the price

1 in stock

Framing

Follow ‘Our Pick’ for our expert choice, ready to hang. Our framing is handmade by our trusted framing partner with 30 years experience. Learn more about our bespoke framing

Own Art - PayByFinance

Own Art is designed to make it affordable for everyone to own contemporary art by providing interest-free loans from £100 up to £2,500 spread over 10 equal payments. Learn more. Select PaybyFinance at Checkout.

Delivery

UK
Unframed – we aim to deliver unframed artwork within 7-10 days.
Framed – our frames are custom made, please allow up to 21 days for delivery.

International
Unframed only – we aim to despatch unframed artwork within 7-10 days.
You can read our Returns Policy here

Iona Stern

Iona Stern lives and works in London.  She has a BA Hons in Art & Design from Canterbury College of Art and worked for over 30 years as an advertising art director. What inspires your work as an artist? Much of my work is based in memory, an emotional response to place, time or event. Whether walking through Renoir's garden in the South of France to time spent on the Cornish coast, I take inspiration from all around. Who are your biggest influences? My main influences are the artists of the post war era, in particular the St Ives group and the American Abstract Expressionists. What does your work mean to you? My work is a form of self-expression. Since my earliest age, I have drawn and painted and so not surprisingly I have always worked within the arts. What techniques do you use? I am a painter and printmaker. My colourist prints are monotype silkscreens. I paint directly onto the reverse of a screen and then print through onto the paper - building it up in stages. There is an energy to the process and there is always an element of surprise, which thrills me.