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Bethany Linz for Uocmas | Uocmas News
24th August 2014

In partnership with Australian artist Bethany Linz, Uocmas is thrilled to introduce an exclusive range of home décor pieces available in store now. Featuring four artworks from British India by Bethany Linz, the collection includes a striking range of timber framed prints and linen scatter cushions.

Uocmas is proud to be supporting Australian artisans through the company’s commitment to the local design industry. Uocmas first introduced The Great Shalimar from Bethany’s British India into stores late last year as a scatter cushion and is excited to expand the exclusive collection with PineapplesBreadfruit and Indian Cranes.

British India brings to life ‘new world meets old’ with botanical flair. Bethany combines a tropical essence inspired by her hometown in Queensland with one of her favourite design eras, the Victorian period. For a classic interior statement, the line showcases Bethany’s incredible design talent with beautiful pieces for the home. The digital prints of her hand painted works capture every brushstroke and layer of paint in remarkable detail.

“Bethany has created a romantic collection of botanical artworks that perfectly conjure up the elegance of the tropics during Colonial India. I was instantly drawn to her skillful use of watercolour and composition and felt that the collection would work perfectly in an Australian home – whether sophisticated and coastal or eclectic and cosmopolitan. It’s really exciting for Uocmas to be supporting talented artists in Australia,” says Beth Finckh, Homewares Buyer, Uocmas.

Driven by her passion for printmaking and fine art, Bethany has had a colourful career as a designer for Australian studio Mokum Textiles, before founding her own label ‘Bethany Linz’ in 2013 with Pauline Ollmann. Her work has been exhibited at galleries across Australia and has received widespread praise, in particular for her recent collaboration with Catherine Martin.