Open Edition Reproduction
The colours of Italy flew off my palette - a small door - vibrant plants climbing the old walls ..... the years of texture and patterns of the past build up in the eye and demand to be released to the paper - these little villages are quintessentially beautiful and full of character that has to flow onto the paper......a memory for a voyager!
The Original Artwork is Watercolour on 100% heavy cotton rag – Arches Watercolour Paper – 300gsm – 76 x 57 cm
You are able to choose a size and substrate from this link to my Print Partner – Buy Art Nowand the Artwork will be created to suit your needs and shipped to you within 7 working days – thanks for liking my Artwork!
Margaret Olley's View From Heaven - Artwork Description
The Tweed Valley - the hinterland of the Gold Coast Queensland Australia is home to 'The Margaret Olley Art Centre' (MOAC) which is the third and final stage of the Tweed Regional Gallery.
MOAC celebrates the career, life and legacy of its namesake, Margaret Olley – Australia’s most celebrated painter of still life and interiors.
Visiting this memory of Margaret Olley and standing thinking of this amazing Artist - looking out at the view that her new home shares inspired this Artwork - a beautiful memory!
The Original Artwork is Watercolour on 100% heavy cotton rag – Arches Watercolour Paper – 300gsm – 82 x 82 cm
You are able to choose a size and substrate from this link to my Print Partner – Buy Art Now and the Artwork will be created to suit your needs and shipped to you within 7 working days – thanks for liking my Artwork!
Work on Arches 300gsm cold pressed watercolour paper
100 x 67 cm - ready to frame
As a girl growing up in the Blue Mountains - we used to walk in the sandy gullies at the foot of the sandstone cliffs - now based in Queensland there is a hint of the tropical beaches in my 'Gullies' - but they are a favourite place to walk after rain!
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This vibrant work is inspired and influenced by Australian Artist John Olson - Artist Wyn Vogel has taken the colours and shapes of New Caledonia and let them flow across her canvas - symbolic the palms are yellow a hint at the story of global warming that this Series of Work ........comments on!
The funding from the sale of this Artwork will go directly to the Carteret Island People to assist them with their relocation from their homeland Atolls to higher ground! (less cost of transport).