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Wednesday, 28 May 2014

ART: Artist Profile: Dawnii Fantana and her pretty gypsy ladies

I've been a huge fan of the stunning tattoo and illustration work of Dawnii Fantana, after picking up my first copy of Total Tattoo during my University years whilst researching my Final Major Project.

Since then I've followed her work and become familiar with her unique and beautiful style.

So when I discovered she also sold prints, I was over the moon (Thank you Carl at Urban Image, Bournemouth - who displays many prints in his studio).

Needless to say, come payday I was pouring over her website trying to work out which print to buy first (my print spending is getting a little out of hand so I'm having to limit myself each month) and it was a very hard decision. Eventually I chose one based on my love of cats.

Dawnii Fantana Cat Lady

This little beauty did arrive in a blue mount as well, but I loved this framed for, and it's such a perfect fit.



But the main reason behind this post is because I need to show off the totally gorgeous print my husband bought me for our first wedding anniversary.

Be my downfall painting Dawnii Fantana

This A4 print, in a large black mount has now taken pride of place in my living room. And even has a matching frame (bought separately) to my Kerry Evans print.

Its the perfect painting for our first year together as husband and wife. And I couldn't be happier with it.

Paintings Dawnii Fantana


If you love Dawnii's work, then head over to her webstore for prints, or find her in her Birmingham studios, Painted Lady

*photographs by me, art copyright of Dawnii Fantana, please do not copy
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