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For All That Was

For All That Was

202cm x 93cm x 0.1 cm Ships in a roll

Acrylic, copper leaf, pastel and charcoal


This mountainous landscape flows with a neutral palette of beige, cream, dark brown, hints of black and metallic copper. The mountains have a lot of detail and mark making with charcoal and pastel. The sky is a soft off white, soft grey and cream.
This artwork is part of the Banksia series which traces Banksia trees throughout Australia in mountains and coastal regions.

This mixed media painting has areas of metallic copper leaf that changes in the lights and beautiful layers of colour washes and pastel.

This artwork ships rolled in a tube.

The full unstretched dimensions are 213 cm x 105cm - stretching on a thick/deep edge 4cm stretcher would result in an artwork 202cm x 93cm approximately and the painting will wrap around the edge. The "room image shows the artwork cropped to 202 x 93cm. Framing or stretching on a thin edge canvas would be larger.

It is signed on the front and back of the painting.

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