Artwork by Linda Bracey, edition of 3.
This was originally created for an exhibition of Chris Bracey's work at the Royal Festival Hall. When neon was first used in New York it created a sensation, and they called it 'liquid fire', a fitting inspiration for this piece and a tribute to Chris' deep love for neon.
All Gods Own Junkyard pieces are made in London - and the glass is formed for all neon pieces by hand. Every piece is fully guaranteed.
The piece on sale is part of the exhibition display and will not be available until the 1st of August. If this artwork is listed as out of stock, please contact us to enquire about lead times and prices for a custom version.
Please note: the sale price is exclusive of shipping. Pieces can be collected from Gods Own Junkyard in Walthamstow after the exhibition at no additional cost. Lightboxes can be sent via standard courier, all other pieces are delivered on a dedicated door-to-door van. International deliveries are possible via a specialist shipping service.
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