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The prints of this image are limited to 120 all individually numbered, each with their own certificate of authenticity.
20 small prints (SOLD OUT)
20 medium prints (SOLD OUT)
30 large prints or canvases approximately 1000x 500
50 large stretched canvasses 1200x 600 or larger
The original has been scanned by a fine arts specialist to the highest resolution to create printed images with the best definition, detail and colour.
Theprints are printed on high quality textured bright white photo paper with fade resistant inks. They are also availableprinted on heavy textured fine art paper. Please enquire about the costs if you would prefer it printed on the heavy textured paper.
Unframed prints are presented mounted on archival card in crystal clear archival packaging.
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The canvasses are printed on heavy textured synthetic linen with genuine lucea cannon inks guaranteed fade resistant for 70 years and are stretched over a frame. The sides of the canvasses are black. For an extra $150 these canvasses can have a black or a white mounting frame around them.
This image took me 12 weeks to paint. I have six generations of family who have lived in this city and I thought about all of them a lot while I was painting this. I’ve not included any people in the image because I want each person to see their own people here. I had a bit of an airy experience while painting this. I was at a bit of a loss as how to do the suburbs and hills behind the basin reserve as I’m relying more on artistic license and imagination than actual correct data. Over a week or two I kept adding layers until it came together and looked right. The surprise came when my Mum stood in front of the finished piece and exclaimed how I’d got the ridge and hills just right where she and three generations of her clan had lived. I’d not realized this was the place she spent the first 20 years of her life. It was as if I have a memory in the land that goes back beyond my generation that came out on the canvas.