It is often hard to find interesting and affordable wall art prints, with a difference, to put in frames to hang on a wall. Sistermoon offers a fresh collection of pictures, in various styles, for both adult and children’s rooms.
These are quality digital prints, on high quality art grade paper, all of quirky original illustrations, done by local artist Petra Gevers.
Wide variety of wall art themes
There is a range of fresh, playful pictures, with sayings, there are fairy and animal pictures for children, some bird and botanical illustrations and a popular group of Local Hero caricatures.
The biggest and very popular range of 24(currently) Fun prints, is a range primarily aimed at adults, which consist of colourful, simple drawings in combination with a thought provoking, funny saying.
These sayings, all by the artist herself, follow a theme of -the more do one thing, the more something else will follow.
They work very well in groups, the colours and ideas, complimenting or playing off against each other. With the exception of eight, these pictures come in both A3 and A4 size.
The popular local Hero range, consists of colourful caricatures done of Madiba, Desmond Tutu, Johnny Clegg and Siya Kolisi.
Again, they work well as a group and come in both A3 and A4 size.
Wall art for kids
The pictures aimed at children also come in both sizes.
There are currently 14 fairy pictures. Each one has it’s own unique character, with a dose of humour.
While still sweet and whimsical, they are definitely fairies with a touch of sassiness.
The animal pictures, similarly, are fun and humorous.
On a slightly more traditional note, there are also bird and botanical illustrations.
These ranges are still small and will be expanded on.
A new range or two are in development as well as plans to print some images on linen as larger wall hangings.
Although they cover quite an array of styles, the common thread running through all the pictures, is humour and a slightly different, quirky take on their subject.
“My aim is to bring a smile to someones face, or just to inspire the viewer for a moment, while looking at the image”, says artist Petra Gevers