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Giclée print on 210gsm Hahnemühle Ivory matte rag
104cm h x 88cm w framed

My contemporary botanical works explore the visual intersection and immersion between reality and technology, and the resulting responses to the real and the reconstructed.

They explore the complex repetitive geometric structures of iconic plants and the boundaries of traditional Australian botanical art.

By referencing flora, it is a creative approach rooted deep in experience as a visual artist and horticulturist.
Represented here is Banksia menziesii, part of the Banksia Woodlands ecological community on the Swan Coastal Plain of Western Australia that is listed as under threat and in serious decline, by the Australian Government Ministry for Environment and Energy.

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Price: $2800
20% commission of artworks goes to the WAMA Foundation.

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