WILD & EXQUISITE

Win 1 of 2 limited edition silk scarves by Fremantle artist Ian de Souza

The Wild Silk Shawl Scarf Collection highlights the exquisite beauty of the Australian bush through the eyes of Fremantle artist Ian de Souza. Selected images from Thematic Partnership – Ian’s 2009 exhibition of ink on rice paper, have been transposed onto 100% silk crepe de chine fabric to create an absolutely stunning collection of scarves. We have two of these spectacular scarves to giveaway, valued at over $200 each.

Each luxurious scarf is a unique piece of wearable art and comes in two generous sizes – 200x135cm or 170x110cm*. The ultimate travel item, they can be easily styled into a sarong for wearing poolside, a shawl to ward off the chill, a business suit cravat, or halter neck top for after work drinks. They could even be worn as a fashion statement by men!  The generous and forgiving fabric folds into a discreet roll, packing away with minimum fuss.

The scarves are suitable for all age groups and could even be framed as pieces of art…if you can bear to take them off! The scarves come delivered in a beautiful box, hand signed by the artist, making them the perfect personal or corporate gift. This is a limited edition collection so be quick! To purchase please visit http://www.wildsilk.com.au

*Please note, due to the nature of the fabric, sizes may vary slightly by a few millimetres.

Fill out the entry form below for your chance to win!

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Competition closes 4pm 19.12.17 with winners announced in the 23.12.17 edition of this newspaper.

2 responses to “WILD & EXQUISITE

  1. The scarf looks beautiful. I would like one.

    I completed a very informative watercolour course at Albany Summer School (years ago) with Ian. I learnt a lot about tone.

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