Beautiful signed limited edition prints BY GILLIE AND MARC

Hot off the press!

Gillie and Marc’s paintings are now available as beautiful gyclee prints in a range of different sizes.

For a short time (starting today and ending May 31st) Gillie and Marc are offering these prints at 20% off.

Square Size:
210 x 210mm – $210 (now $168)
297 x 297mm – $290 (now $232)
420 x 420mm – $420 (now $336)
594 x 594mm – $620 (now $496)

Rectangular size:
A3 – 420 x 297mm – $290 (now $232)
A2 – 594 x 420mm – $420 (now $336)
A1 – 841 x 594mm – $620 (now $496)

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They have created a ‘Traveller’ series of prints as well as a ‘Lost Dog’ series and the colours are just spectacular!

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Whether you want a small one as a beautiful gift or maybe a large one to fill that huge wall you have at home.

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Love, travel, exploration and fun – these prints are perfect for any occasion!

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These gorgeous prints will soon be made into single greeting cards and card packs as well.

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Gillie and Marc’s lost dog fibre glass sculptures are now available in lots of beautiful colours and can be commissioned as paintings or bought as beautiful prints.

We can also organise professional framing at very reasonable prices so please email us at studio@gillieandmarc.com to purchase or find out more info!

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Hope to hear from you soon!

 

NEW BOOK OUT SOON!

GILLIE AND MARC – 20 years of marriage and art – A coffee table book – To be released 12/13

To purchase, email studio@gillieandmarc.com and we can send you an invoice to pay direct into our account, or alternatively you can buy via pay pal. Simply click the pay pal buy button below.
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WE ARE ONE

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Taronga Zoo today unwrapped 35 life-size adult Black Rhinoceros sculptures that will soon be sighted throughout Sydney and western regions to Dubbo.

Taronga General Manager for Marketing, Paul Davies, said: “We’re calling on artists, designers, creative people in the community and students to decorate these sculptures before they’re installed around Sydney and along the road to Taronga Western Plains Zoo at Dubbo creating a rhino conservation trail.”

“We want these blank sculptures to inspire everyone to help us in our efforts to stop the poaching of rhinoceros globally.”

“After they’re displayed from February to April next year, many will be auctioned to raise funds for Taronga’s conservation work, including the Zoos’ efforts for rhinoceros which are being slaughtered by poachers who sell their horns for use in traditional medicines.

Already organisations like Kennards are sponsoring the adult rhinos and 60 NSW schools will also take delivery of a calf sculpture to get creative with. Destination NSW are also supporting the exciting public sculpture trail.”

Artist and designers already involved include Ken Done, Luca Ionescu who recently worked on the Great Gatsby film, street artist, Numskull, Archibald Prize winner Kevin Connor and finalists Gillie and Marc and Beastman, one of the most distinctive and prolific emerging artists in Australia.

The rhinos will be stored by Kennards at their St Leonards warehouse where many artists and designers also will come to produce the finished sculptures.

Mr Davies said: “The particular focus for us will be our funding of TRAFFIC, an organisation which monitors the illegal trade in wildlife. If we don’t act to help stop the slaughter, experts believe by 2015 the number of rhinos poached will exceed the birth rate, tipping this amazing species towards extinction in a few years’ time.”

Gillie and Marc just today finished their piece, ‘WE ARE ONE.’

Artist statement:

The future of Rhino’s is also the future of humanity.

As the population of Rhino’s dwindle to does the world in which we live.
Human survival is liked to the survival of all species, and this is artistically represented as the unborn child in the uterus of the Rhino.
Imagine our children growing up in a world without rhino’s. It would be killing the world as we know it.

The powerful imager of mother and child represents safety and nurture.
Once we recognize our immediate attachment to the rhino mankind will protect it as if it’s their own child.
This is the connection we wish to make, and hopefully this striking image will get the world to see how we MUST save the Rhino.1457450_10153416632015453_1986576010_n.jpg_effected

Limited Edition Prints – the latest from us!

We know how much art can liven up a space, transform a room into a home, bring joy to the normality of things. However we also know how completely unaffordable art can be and think that no one should be deprived! That is why we have decided to now offer limited edition prints signed by us for you!

For more info go to: http://www.gillieandmarc.com/prints.html

All paintings are also available as signed limited edition prints on paper.
Paper prints are produced on Entrada Rag Bright 300gsm, 100% acid free,
100% cotton rag paper, with a 40mm white border.

We offer 2 standard sizes;

Rectangular paintings:
A3 – 420 x 297mm – $290
A2 – 594 x 420mm – $420

Square paintings:
297 x 297mm – $290
420 x 420mm – $420

We can also offer custom sizes if you so wish.
Prints will be delivered to you in a poster roll and delivery costs are an additional $25

Please send us an email to place your order:studio@gillieandmarc.com

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Our new Friend – The Deer man

 

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Our latest edition to the Rabbit and Dogman is the Deerman. 

The deer has been previously used as an animal for which they ride on (below). However we decided to take this one step further and make him into a deer man. 

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The word “deer” was originally broad in meaning, but became more specific over time. It meant a wild animal of any kind. This is why we have chosen the deer as out animal, it expressed freedom and that we all have a wild side. 

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Deers have always been there in the back of our minds, even appearing in some of our very early work! We would love to hear your thoughts on our latest edition!Imageder