Students from the Carol Bateman School of Dancing leave ballet mistress Joan Campbell’s ballet class in the basement of The Helena May and ascend Garden Road. Based on the September 29, 1934 New Yorker cover Housekeepers Cleaning Brownstone House by Arnold Hall.
20% of sale donated to a Hong Kong charity of your preference.
- Paper: Signed, numbered, unframed Awagami bamboo archival paper (170g/m2)
- Availability: Limited series of 30 (you are welcome to choose an edition number, but we cannot guarantee it. Please add your preferred request under 'notes')
- Size: 40 x 60cm
20% of the proceeds are donated to a local charity to support real Hong Kongers. You are welcome to recommend a charity or defer to the artist. More information on the donation program is available here.
Sophia started her series of illustrations as a parody of The New Yorker magazine covers. The collection has now grown and evolved as a way for her to express her experiences and observations of Hong Kong, the place her family has called home for over 150 years.