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Collected Patterns: The botany of Walter Hill – New Mustard Colourway

June 1, 2011

Previously, I mentioned I revisited three of the artworks from my solo exhibition, Collected Patterns: The botany of Walter Hill for the group exhibition Inter_play, well, they are exclusively available through Spiro Grace Art Rooms (SGAR)!

While you’ll find the original black/white artworks in my Art + Design Store, only three of the giclée prints are editioned in this new mustard colourway (Edition of 10, printed on 100% cotton rag Hahnemühle paper using long-life pigment inks). I love the energy and vibrancy of this particularly colour and feel it speaks boldly about our sunny disposition here in south-east Queensland, especially at this magical time of year! What? Someone said it was winter? Get out of here!

If you’ve got a brief for fresh, Australian small works for your next interiors project, or you’d simply like to add to your growing art collection, you can view my profile and prints: Casuarina, Bromeliad and Cabbage Palm over at SGAR

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