Artist Geraldine Burns creates contemporary print designs using her photography.
g.DESIGN prints look effective in a series on the wall and also stand strong as an individual artwork or teamed with other framed pieces.
Unframed prints available in A3 or A4 size - printed on 300gsm textured art stock, hand-signed and numbered by the artist, and packaged with backing board in a cellophane sleeve.
Geraldine recommends framing these prints in a simple contemporary frames, most print designs suit white, black or natural wood frames.


A maximum of 100 of each design will be created and sold.
Following the homeware trend of geometric shapes and words - Geraldine carefully collates her designs with an artistic eye for balance of colours, contrasts, textures and tones.
She has catered for her stockists and customers by creating custom prints for specific locations - using photography from parts of NZ including Raglan, Whakatane/Ohope, Mount Maunganui, Mangawhai, Coromandel and Auckland - as well as more generic NZ scenery and nature close-ups. 


A maximum of 50 of each design will be created and sold. 
This latest collection has a more muted colour palette, the geometric designs have been refined and are now more simple - a single square and circular design, as well as an 'instagram-inspired' grid, linking all the images together to create an effective series for your space. 
Geraldine's photography reflects her journey from the past year - returning to live in Raglan after 7 years away, and venturing into botanics and florals, as well as going back to her style from years ago of textural artistic close ups of nature. 



View print albums and what is available on our g.DESIGN Facebook page or by email to order prints - she is more than happy to help you to choose prints that go well together too.



The Pantry cafe_Raglan
Rock-it Kitchen cafe_Raglan
Home Sweet Home_Hamilton
Flax Gallery_Tauranga
The Gift Locker_Mount Maunganui
Meant to be_Mangawhai

If you are a retailer interested in selling our art prints - please contact Geraldine.