This limited edition African-inspired art print depicts Indira, the wife of the Hindu God, Vishnu. Meaning ""beauty"" in Sanskrit, Indira gazes proudly into the distance in this richly jewel-toned print.
Signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity, this work can be a bold stand alone piece or works as a series with Makeda and Assiata. This piece was printed on archival Hahnemuhle photo rag bright white paper.
- Handmade in USA
- Measurements: H11'' x W14''
- Material: Art Print on archival Hahnemuhle photo rag paper.
- Additional information: Print - 11" x 14". All sales are final. No returns, refunds or exchanges
Spot clean with soft cloth.
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ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Malene Barnett was born in New York City to Caribbean parents and raised on the Norwalk coastline of Connecticut, on a diet of soca, reggae, and Caribbean folktales. As a child, she began painting to express her creativity, later developing an interest in textile design. Today, Malene is best known as one of New York City’s most profiled and influential bespoke carpet designers, drawing inspiration from her original artwork and translating her images and patterns into her unique product line, MALENE B.
Malene is most inspired by the unique energy and culture of New York City, Africa and the Caribbean. A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC, she finds her creative inspiration from the Senegalese vendors in Harlem to the jerk sellers on Brooklyn street corners, bringing her experiences from traveling to 25 countries back home to create work that represents global influence. Over the past two decades her textile and pattern design work has been featured in Interior Design, New York Magazine, HGTV Magazine, Luxe + Design Magazine and House Beautiful and she has appeared as a guest speaker on Morning Joe, MSNBC Your Business and TEDX.