11 x 11” print; edition of 12.
Part of the "Italian Icons" series; proceeds will go to the Italian Red Cross.
About the Piece
This image is a visual representation of the wine Granbussia from Aldo Conterno. Conterno was remarkable for his ability to bridge the seemingly intractable divide between traditionalism and modernism, bringing a sense of delight and pleasure to wines that were still fundamentally loyal to their heritage and Granbussia was the pinnacle achievement of his illustrious career. In the image seductive, heady florals and luscious texture are underpinned by a classical frame with a deft interweaving of detail and structure.
About Sarah Heller
Sarah Heller is an artist of Asian and European descent living and working in Hong Kong. Drawing on her background as a Master of Wine, her work attempts to capture the subjective experience of tasting wine and explores the synthetic work of imagination required to recreate and share that experience. Her series titled Visual Tasting Notes focuses on individual wines and the pieces are meant to be read narratively from top to bottom, tracing the wine from initial impression to final aftertaste. Each one is a collage of hand painted, digitally painted and photographic fragments.
Hand signed and edition marked Fine Art Giclée Prints on Hahnemühle fine art paper printed with genuine Epson K3 pigment inks sold with embossed and hand signed certificate of authenticity.
White wooden frame with acid-free, archival mats (15 x 15”), foam mount and hand-taped back, UV-blocking acrylic glass and hanging wire for easy installation.