Available as an unframed print, framed print or adhesive decal
The inspiration behind 'Sunday at Lola's House' stems from artist Marianne Angeli Rodriguez's visits to her Grandmother's house in Manila as a child - the sights, sounds and smells. 'Lola' is Tagalog for 'Grandmother'.
In Marianne's words 'Lola was a firecracker...asking frequently "Are you hungry? You must eat!" It was then when I learned that there are so many ways to say "I love you" without having to speak the words.'
A beautiful artwork visually and in its sentiment, pair it with Marianne's other art print, Bed and Breakfast.
Our art prints
We’ve carefully selected each and every one of our prints from female artists around the globe, so you can feel confident they will add style to your space and make you feel proud as punch.
Best of all, our prints come in a range of options. Choose from:
- Unframed print (no border)
- Adhesive, removable decal (with a colourful printed border)
- Framed print (natural timber) – available in Australia only
- Framed and mounted print (natural timber frame plus matboard) – available in Australia only
All of our prints are printed on 240gsm premium matte paper with genuine Epson Ultrachrome archival inks for beautifully rich, vibrant colours.
Our frames are made from sustainably sourced Australian plantation timber and come with glass and steel wire ready to hang.
Our decals are printed on premium matte vinyl.
Marianne Angeli Rodriguez is an illustrator and painter now settled in charming southern Louisiana where she runs her own art gallery.
As a student of Buddhist philosophy, creativity is a healing and meditative practice for Marianne.
When not busy creating or running her gallery, Marianne’s other passion is rescuing and rehabilitating animals – she has 5 rescue pets!
Read more about Marianne here.