From the Entire Signari Gallery Team, We wish you a Happy Holidays! We will be closed from Dec 24 2020 - January 4 2021!

HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print
HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print
HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print
HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print
HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print
HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print
HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print
HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print
HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print
HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print
HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print
HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print
HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print
HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print

HALICE WEN 'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' Hand-Embellished Print

Regular price
Sold out
Sale price
$450.00
Shipping calculated at checkout.

'On the Nature of Daydreaming No. 2' b y Halice Wen, 2020
Hand-embellished edition.
17 x 24 Inches
Archival pigment print on 290gsm fine art paper with hand-painted embellishments throughout.
Limited Edition of only 10 (#7/10)
Signed and numbered by the artist.
Also includes original publisher (1xRUN) COA hand-signed by Halice in silver.

ARTIST BIO

Helice Wen is a Chinese-American artist. She was born and raised in Shen Zhen, China. She moved to San Francisco at age 14 where she currently lives and works.

Helice received a BA Illustration degree from Academy of Art University, San Francisco. After illustrated several children’s books, Helice switched her focus to gallery work. Her work has shown in galleries both nationally and internationally.

Through her work, Helice uses figures and floral patterns to narrate the intimate, vulnerable, and sensibilities in everyday life.