Part of my "Bushscapes and Moonlight" series, currently on display at NaNY Gallery, within the beautiful Now & Not Yet Cafe in Warrandyte.
We do lots of night time bushwalks around Warrandyte and this painting is a depiction of a small hillock on the edge of a track that always catches my eye. The colour of the bare ground is pale, like dried clay. Not much grows on there except a few straggly grasses and one small tree. Everytime we walk past I seem to see a new detail of that little hillock, depending on the time of day and the time of year. I've seen wildflowers on there in the past but they seem to have disappeared for now. Perhaps they are just dormant for a while.
The painting has been made on a piece of reclaimed denim, using artist quality acrylic paint, pastels, charcoal and pigment ink.
The painting is signed on the front and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. It is also registered with the National Registry of Australian art and artists.
Framed in Australian Sustainable hardwood.
This artwork is part of my 'Bushscapes and Moonlight' exhibition, currently on display at Now & Not Yet Cafe in Warrandyte Victoria. The exhibition runs until Feb 4th 2022, with any sold works able to be collected prior to the end of the exhibition if desired, by arrangement. Please email me at email@example.com. if you would like to discuss purchasing and collecting an artwork that is on display at the cafe.
Dimensions inclusive of frame: 30.7 x 38.8cm
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