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'Soundless Voice'

About this painting

Like any of Gillian’s pieces of work, this painting doesn’t quite fit in any category. It’s a portrait but only partly; it has some recognisable elements and some more abstract features. It is rich with colour but full of muted tones. It has many different forms of line which have been used in art before but generally are not put together. This is a story of many stories: of what we know but cannot express, and what we do not even know ourselves; of what has always been there; of paths that diverging or crossed; coexistence and interactions that we were unaware of; of what happened after we moved on; what grew and developed.


‘Soundless voice’ was created with acrylic and other media. It is on a box canvas 30 x 20 inches in size, which is painted black on the sides, signed by Gillian Hancey on the back and in the bottom right corner, and is ready to hang.

Original painting - SOLD

Limited edition Gicleé prints available now (see below)

Wooden Board


£40 (FREE DELIVERY within the UK)

Key information

  • Please contact me if you are interested in purchasing any work

  • 12x8" image on 16x12" high-quality museum heritage fine art paper

  • Hand-signed, titled and numbered by Gillian Hancey on the front and back

  • 4 variations available (see below)

  • Prints are wrapped in tissue and posted flat in a hard-backed enveloped

  • FREE DELIVERY within the UK (quote for worldwide shipping available on request)

  • Prints can also be provided framed (collection or hand delivery only - please contact me to discuss options)

Four print variations available

Print of original

Print of extract of original

Colour disclaimer

The colours in these prints have been carefully matched to the original paintings. However,  it is important to note that every screen has a different capability to display colours and everyone sees these colours differently, therefore it cannot be guaranteed that the colours you see on the screen accurately portray the true colours in the artwork.

Modified print of original

Black and white version

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