This is the Selected Watercolour - for Exhibition and Catalogue - FabrianoInAcquarello - 2018 Italy
The Strathbogie Ranges in Victoria - Australia are a rugged range of mountains, with spectacular views!
The rocky outcrops and twisted trees are the result of many cold winters and deep snow weathering and cracking the rocks on a daily basis - the colours and shapes are extraordinary!
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Move your cursor over the image to see the detail!oil on canvas – 242 x 333mm
This is an exquisite piece of Akira's - Portraiture Work - if you are keen for a Akira to capture an image for you and/or a family member you are welcome to contact us for more details
oil on canvas - 242 x 333mm
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Artwork Description –
The beginning of 2020 in Australia had us see the loss of over 1 Billion native animals in over three states.
‘From the Ashes’
The 4 artworks Lynette has created are a representation of the loss but also the hope for the future, that in time the survivors from the fires will rise ‘From the Ashes’.
Lynette has decided to paint the native Australian wildlife in ash colour tones to represent the bleak burnt ground that is left behind long after the fire has passed, with the addition of a splash of colourful sprouting flora representing new beginnings and a butterfly, transformation.
Artist – Lynette Orzlowski, Melbourne. Australia
Artwork size - 31cm x 41cm (approx. A3)
Printed - Limited Edition Giclee’ Prints
Artwork - 50 of each design signed and numbered LE Giclee Print
From the Ashes – Echidna
From the Ashes – Kangaroo
From the Ashes – Koala
From the Ashes – Wombat
Please choose your selection of the 4 Prints and/or you are welcome to buy singularly - and process to your shopping cart - we will ensure that the Artwork is on it's way to you within 7 working days and all profits from the sale of these Original Giclee Prints hand signed by Artist - Lynette Orzlowski will go to the community of Corryong by the 12th April 2020 - at the conclusion of 'The Man From Snowy River Bush Festival' - thanks for your help and support for this amazing opportunity to help this Community - build their creative spirit and recover from the experiences of summer 2020!