'Nullawa' means the land in Nhunggal language. This piece is inspired by a recent commission work I created that reflected the strength, resilience and regrowth of the land after the devastation of the bushfires. 'Nullawa' represents the importance of sustainability and that there is always hope if we continue to learn from the longest surviving culture in the world.
The centre section illustrates community and how we need to come together to care for our land. We need to learn from our past to ensure the unique beauty of this land can be enjoyed for many generations to come. The u-shapes are used to show people as this is the mark that would have been left on Nullawa after sitting around a campfire. The green reflect the gumtrees and life in the bush with the browns showing our earth. The layers of this artwork reflect the layers of Nullawa and culture, coming together with respect and hope for the future.
Your limited edition print of 'Nullawa' will be one of 50 and is unframed. All prints come numbered with my embossed logo to certify their authenticity. A signed Certificate of Authenticity and representation will be supplied with each limited edition print. These are printed as they are ordered so please allow up to 3 weeks for delivery of cotton rag orders and up to 4 weeks for canvas orders. All prints are UNFRAMED. The prices include FREE SHIPPING within Australia and are packed with care in acid free paper and shipped in a mailing tube unframed.
The sizes for the fine art prints on cotton rag are A3 (29.7cm x 42cm), A2 (42cm x 59.4cm) and A1 (59.4 x 84.1cm). The sizes include the 3.5 centimetre white border and they are scanned at high resolution, printed on 310gsm Canson Photo RAG with 12 colour pigment ink. Canvas prints are printed on 450gsm Breathing Color Lyve Canvas with archival standard inks and the sizes 500x750mm and 666x1000mm have an added edge to stretch for framing. Cotton rag prints are for you to frame behind glass and canvas prints are for you to have stretch framed (option of timber floating/box frame).
Thank you so much for your support and I am sure you will love your artwork.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS –
Take care in handling your new print as the paper (cotton rag especially) is very receptive to oils, dirt and moisture from your skin. We recommend leaving prints rolled until framing. If you do need to open your print please ensure your hands have been washed and dried thoroughly and handle the print as little as possible. Avoid creases or dents on the prints. Avoid hanging in direct sunlight.