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After AFTER | Open Edition Print

Antoinette Ratcliffe

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Year: 2023

Image Dimensions: 120mm x 120mm

Matted Dimensions: 220mm x 220mm

Medium: Photograph printed on Milford smooth rag, 310gsm of Superb parrot and sneakers

As part of the ‘2023 Mix & Match exhibition’, you can purchase this artwork one of two ways

  • As is, unframed – you will receive your work matted to the size of 220mm with a colour especially chosen by our experienced in-house framer to enhance each artwork. 
  • Add a frame for only $75 – you will receive your work professionally matted and framed. We have a wide range of frames cut to size that you can ‘mix & match’ for a bespoke piece, customised to you.

Quirky Fox: Art + Framing

Antoinette completed her Master of Arts at The School of Media Arts (Wintec) in 2011. She began learning taxidermy in 2015 and introduced the media into her practice the following year.

Her taxidermy pieces are held in collections with the New Zealand Bird Society, Zealandia Te Māra a Tāne, Wētā, Owhango Alive, Northland Regional Council, Whanāgrei Regional Council, Rhine Kiwi, Predator Free Wellington, North Otago Museum, Upper Hutt Predator Free Trust, and in private collections in New Zealand, USA, Australia and the UK.

Along with being a taxidermy artist, Antoinette was also a speaker at TEDxPipitea, presenting her talk ‘What’s so ethical about ethical taxidermy’ in 2021, and works on taxidermy pieces in an art conservator role for collectors and museums in New Zealand. A list of exhibitions can be found on Antoinette’s website the-sick-bay.com, under the archive tab.

All animals used in Antoinette's work are ethically sourced; either through failed rehabilitation efforts, humanely euthanised donations, or trapping communities protecting our native wildlife. No animal was killed with the specific intention to produce this artwork.

 

After AFTER | Open Edition Art Print from Antoinette Ratcliffe