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Samantha Frances Art


Regular price £120.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £120.00 GBP
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Postage & Packaging

All artwork is carefully handpacked in my studio. Postage is calculated at checkout.

Free UK shipping on all orders of £50 and over (£4.99 under £50).

EU postage flat-rate £16.99.

Worldwide & USA £35.

This unique, limited-edition sketched print of my watercolour Octopoda is on high quality 240gsm watercolour paper.

In a brilliant mix of reds hues contrasted on a brilliant white background, this high-detailed swimming Octopus is finished with hand sketched tentacles drifting across the mount. I sketch each piece by hand, so no two pieces are the same and only 50 of each size will ever be created.

Octopoda brings a sense of calm in a fast-moving world. Transported underwater, time has stopped, but the world above speeds by.

The piece comes unframed and in two sizes: Outer edge 32cm x 32cm (12.5” x 12.5“) or 54cm x 54cm (21.2” x 21.2”). This piece is pencil signed on the mount in keeping with the sketching. It will arrive to you in a clear plastic sleeve and packed into a cardboard box.

I highly recommend that this artwork is framed behind glass to ensure protection and preservation. I am more than happy to give framing advice, just contact me via the contact link to discuss. 

Please note: Colour can vary from screen to screen and devices; colours are captured as accurately as possible.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Karen Blackhall (Torquay, GB)
Fabulous print!

I love all of Sammie’s art but really fell for the octopus print. The unique way the painting spills onto the mount makes it so appealing. We always get positive comments when friends come round and see it for the first time. It’s so different from any art I’ve bought before and everyone who sees it seems to agree. Fabulous!

Jessica Pino (Ringgold, US)
One of a kind!

I could not be happier with this print! I purchased the blue octopus as well and can’t say enough about how much I love it! I feel lucky to have come across Samantha’s work as it’s like nothing else out there!