Art magnet  - "My Name In Lights (Dyke)"
Art magnet  - "My Name In Lights (Dyke)"
Art magnet  - "My Name In Lights (Dyke)"
Art magnet  - "My Name In Lights (Dyke)"
Art magnet  - "My Name In Lights (Dyke)"
Art magnet  - "My Name In Lights (Dyke)"
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Art magnet - "My Name In Lights (Dyke)"

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Display this magnet on your refrigerator or even toaster! The magnet is packaged in an eco-friendly compostable clear sleeve.

This fridge magnet is a reproduction of my original acrylic painting taken from a high quality professional fine art scan. The magnet measures 2.5"x2.5" in a semi-gloss vinyl finish with colours that pop.

It is also available as a set of four with the other three paintings in this series (see last image).

"My Name In Lights (Dyke)" is an original 10x10" acrylic painting on wood panel. It features the word "dyke" in pink/red marquee lights on a blue background. It is the first work in an ongoing series titled "My name in lights / all the things they called us", illuminating - literally - the words that have been used (not always kindly) to describe or refer to queer women, in the past and present.

Works are carefully packaged for shipping in reused packaging materials to reduce the environmental footprint associated with getting my work safely to buyers. You may see the occasional Amazon logo in the packaging of your purchases from my shop, but you can feel good about knowing that waste is minimized in this way and rest assured that my neighbours won’t miss the cardboard scavenged from their recycling bins!