Joanne Farley-Webb offers both original paintings and limited edition artwork. Her latest collection 'Prints For Meditation' features her first fine art print-on-demand products, part of a substantial collection of modern-day mandalas which are slowly being released during 2021. Working in direct response to the meditation process and practice, the new works are mesmerising and available as a fine art print.
Joanne is a Royal Academy of Arts alumni and deeply inspired by heart centred teachings, Sanskrit chanting, meditation and Buddhism. She’s been creating unique works of art for more than two decades and works in oil, acrylic, resin, iridescent mediums, metallic paints and reflective particles.
Original paintings and prints are available via her online store: www.joannewebbstudio.co.uk.
Setting up the online studio
For Joanne, setting up the online print-on-demand solution for her business wasn’t as straightforward as she would have liked.
“I’ve faced many challenges as an artist and finding a suitable fine art-centric fulfilment company to produce high-quality prints and products has been one of them” Joanne mentions.
“I’ve tried multiple print-on-demand providers in the process — it's been a steep learning curve. For me, the final product quality has to be just right for my customers — finding the right print-on-demand provider is about finding a partner and trusting your work in their hands.
“I’ve had to be patient, learn and grow as I did my research into all the options. I knew I needed to work with a company that would integrate with my Shopify store and by using the Prodigi app I’ve found the integration seamless. What I love most about the app is that I can even design all the work, set the prices and more via my Shopify account.”
“The onboarding process was friendly, responsive and easy.”
“I trust that my work is in safe hands and feel so positive about the partnership with Prodigi. It’s the first time I have felt confident about the company I’m working with.” Joanne Webb Studio
“I have a love of design and seeing my art on everyday objects. I'm also passionate about British manufacturing, sustainability, eco-awareness and the creative economy” says Joanne.
“My hope and my vision are that I continue to grow and expand my online range. It’s exciting to be able to explore my work on bone china, textiles, stationery, homewares, soft furnishings and even fashion! I want to continue to outsource the prints because it means that I can spend more time in the art studio designing and making, doing what I love.”
As well as managing her own studio, last year Joanne also secured Arts Council funding to set up Creative tribe — a project celebrating creativity and the positive benefits on mental health and wellbeing.