Cheery A3 prints available

What was, now lost 49x64.5cm

$1,430.00 Regular price
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"For generations, my family bred Merino sheep for wool production. I have been exploring the sense of loss felt when we look around at where we've set down roots. Potentially undoing the very thing that attracts us to the site - a pristine landscape and an endless scope of untapped possibility."

An original painting on board, by Sarah Wallace-Smith, using mixed media such as acrylic paint, cold wax medium, oil sticks, spray paint, charcoal, graphite or other weird and wonderful mark making tools. Sometimes, I sneak in the odd 'found item' or various collage materials, that may get buried completely, as I continue to work on the painting.

It sits in a gorgeous floating frame of Victorian Ash to measure 49cmx64.5cm, so this piece is ready to hang. 

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Shipping: Contact me now or 'chat with us' online to arrange pick up from my sunny studio in Bendigo's Art precinct. I love meeting clients in person, and there is so much for you to see and do when you visit.

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Is my painting ready to hang? All framed works are READY TO HANG! You can choose to use the traditional hanging wire, or the D-rings on each side if you prefer your paintings sit flush to the wall.

Unframed work comes to you with its archival mount board. Once it arrives, you have the fun of choosing your own frame and how to hang it at your own expense. This is also a popular choice when gifting artwork.

Caring for your painting: To clean your painting, very lightly dust the surface with a soft, dry brush, or a picture cleaning 'air blower'. Do not use cleaning products, water or any moisture on the surface of your paniting as this may cause damage.

Watercolour paintings behind glass can be cleaned in a similar fashion. A slightly damp cloth can be used to carefully clean the glass & frame only. It is best not to hang watercolours in direct sunlight.

Image: Paintings shown are photographs of original artwork. Although every effort has been made to display the closest representation of the artwork, colours, definition and texture may differ from the image shown. This is due to the nature of photographs and the display of images on a computer screen.

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