Deborah seeks to transport us to the lushness of her garden and the native bush that is right on the doorstep of her studio. Abstract art lets you as the viewer go on your own journey and enjoy what you see.
Mixed media on plywood
Each tondo is a 375 mm circle floated in a white circular frame 400 mm across
An original nautical chart of the 'Approaches to Auckland' (3rd image) doesn't come by very often so Justine has brought this one back to life. Using her artist skills she has added gannets (4th image), a life boat with oars (2nd image), a feather, multiple ropes, snapper, the Endeavour and of course Captain Cook. The chart shows Kawau Island at the top and reaches down to South East Auckland and across to Whangapoua Beach in the Coromandel Peninsula.
This is a stunning artwork that will draw you in for a closer look especially to a beach or bay that holds fond memories. It is framed ready to be hung in your home, office or bach.
Acrylic and ink on chart
Matted and framed in a black box frame with clear glass
Artwork measures 980 x 660 mm
Frame edge measures 1150 x 840 x 35 mm
Please note there is some reflection on the glass in the photo
These Corten Steel swivel art hangings are a fantastic addition to any garden or hung on your deck. They are made in NZ from corten steel and will rust up beautifully when hung outdoors. There are 8 contemporary designs to choose from.
If you are finding it hard to choose just one then how about a 'Set of 3' for $270. At the checkout tick the 'Set of 3' box and in the notes list which designs you would like. Easy!
Each design is 400 mm long strung on fishing wire total length 850 mm
This new series titled "Handle with care" draws attention to our native New Zealand bird species. Delicate layers and detailing within each painting serve to enhance their precious nature and each is encircled with recycled barbed wire, requiring that the artworks themselves are handled with care.
This series has sold with just the "Karearea" (New Zealand falcon) remaining and its national status is 'In recovery'.
Acrylic oil, pencil and recycled barbed wire on wood