Thoughtfully produced Art for dreamers and thrill seekers.
Jaelle Pedroli grew up in a small country town with the bush at her back gate. Together with her two brothers she spent her whole childhood in that bush. Building bush cubbies, making BMX tracks, and collecting tadpoles. It was a childhood of fun and adventure where they explored and pushed boundaries, whilst instilling a love for the natural world. Her current body of work was conceptualised after the birth of her two sons and the want to create work that would resonate with them and the child in all of us. Drawing on her own childhood memories of fun and pop culture nostalgia she has created a collection of anthropomorphic animals that have a positive outlook on life, some of which she has a personal connection with. Jaelle completed her Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Art at Curtin University, 2003 and has 15 years combined experience as a Visual Arts teacher in both Primary and Secondary school, during which time she has honed her own skills as an Artist and participated in group exhibitions.
I’m committed to an environmentally sustainable practice in creation and production.
This is our one and only planet.
I have teamed up with a print lab that shares my environmental sustainable values to bring you the very best quality whilst choosing the best reproduction practices for our planet.
All prints are giclée prints. A process that delivers the very highest quality print to reflect the rich and vibrant colours found in the original artwork. I use the same archival paper used by fine artists with a lifespan ranging from 100 to many hundreds of years.
Printed in Perth, Australia on 290gsm Bamboo Rag (90% bamboo, 10% cotton), the most environmentally friendly paper in the range, free from optical brighteners.