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'Double Edge' is a good quality, signed giclée print of a painting of the seaside town of Folkestone in Kent by Canterbury artist, David Weeks. Colourful and quirky, it celebrates Folkestone's vibrant arty scene and was inspired by the 2017 triennial. The image depicts (with some artistic licence) some of the triennial artists' work, namely Michael Craig Martin's 'Folkestone Lightbulb', Richard Wood's pink 'Holiday Home' floating in the harbour, and Bob and Roberta Smith's 'Folkestone is an Art School'. Additionally, the fishing boats in the foreground represent three of Jonathan Wright's ten 'Fleet of Foot' sculptures; one of them has been painted in gold after Wright's work. Also depicted are the viaduct and three of Folkestone's seagulls, one of whom has managed to grab an unfortunate goldfish.


This print, which has been placed in a cream mount ready for putting in a frame, will make a great addition to any wall. It is oblong-shaped and hangs horizontally. Size (including the mount): 10 inches width x 8 inches height (25.5 cm x 20.5 cm).


Please note that colours and tones may slightly differ according to monitor/screen types, etc.

Folkestone 'Double Edge' - Small print

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