“Australian oxide” is an abstract artwork that serves as a visual ode to the enchanting and diverse landscapes of the Australian outback. Inspired by the vastness and raw beauty of this unique region, this piece captures the essence of its colours and textures.
Embedded within the layers of colours are delicate specks, akin to fragments of opals. These opal-inspired specks not only add a subtle shimmering effect to the painting but also symbolize the hidden treasures scattered throughout the outback. Just like these precious gemstones, the outback reveals its secrets to those who take the time to explore and appreciate its mystery.
each painting is 20x25cm
Mixed media - acrylic, oils, shellac, 18k gold
stretched premium cotton canvas
authenticity certificate signed and sealed
- A range of high quality Matisse, atelier, liquitex, golden acrylic paint
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