‘About Brisbane’ Series 36x27cm
$150 unframed, $270 framed
Note**The word Giclée (“g-clay”), is derived from the French verb gicler meaning “to squirt or spray”, Giclée, is used to describe a fine art digital printing process combining pigment based inks with high quality archival quality paper to achieve an inkjet print of superior archival quality, light fastness and stability.
A new development has been the combination of squirrel and taklon.
TAKLON for point and spring, SQUIRREL for colour carrying capacity.
This mix gives a superb brush for watercolour in particular at a much lower price than sable.
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oil on canvas - 430 x 530mm
Vasenoir Akira Murata - has been our 2017 Yaroomba Beach Artist-in-Residence here in Qld - Australia!
We have loved having him here to share his watercolour, landscapes and portraiture work and are proud to now welcome him online to enable you to share in this amazing Work and buy - ready to hang on your walls.
We ship nationally here in Australia and internationally by secure transport.
Muriel Buthier-Chartrain has been one of our Fish Lane Studios - Artists-in-Residence '16
Water colour on 100% Cotton Rag Aquarelle Paper
All Work comes with a Certificate of Authenticity – signed by Muriel Buthier-Chartrain (France)
Muriel spent the month of September 2016 with us in Australia as one of our 2 Artist-in-Residence 2016, sharing her skills and techniques – her wonderful knowledge as a recognised water colourist and Membre de la Société Française de l’Aquarelle!
Image size 13.5 x 18.5cm
With Mount 24 x 30cm
Ready for Fine Art Delivery – Local – National or International from Brisbane Australia – postage and packaging calculated in the online shopping cart for your convenience.
Full sheet – Moulin du Roy – 300gsm cold pressed fine grain water colour paper – water colour and ink.
Botanical name: Xanthorrhoea grasstree, and in older days - black boy, based on the purported similarity in appearance of the trunked species to an Aboriginal man holding an upright spear.