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The Engine - Street Art Print

£20.00 GBP
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The daughter of an architect, Rene enjoys working with geometric shapes, line and collage. Following the death of her husband and son, she experienced a period of homelessness. At a low point one of her friends invited her to attend an art project and she has been returning ever since. “There’s always something new to see or learn,” says Rene. She works slowly and patiently due to a degenerative eye condition. Several of her works have been published and sold at exhibitions.


Unframed Prints available in sizes A4 or A3

A3 and A4 are printed on 300GSM High Colour Matt Paper

A2 where available, is printed on 200GSM High Colour Gloss Paper

All prints have a bleed space that varies between artworks

Rene Robbins

The daughter of an architect, Rene enjoys working with geometric shapes, line and collage. Following the death of her husband and son, she experienced a period of homelessness. At a low point one of her friends invited her to attend an art project and she has been returning ever since. “There’s always something new to see or learn,” says Rene. She works slowly and patiently due to a degenerative eye condition. Several of her works have been published and sold at exhibitions.
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