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Original painting (using non-traditional foraged materials) featuring the Australian outback, on high quality gallery-wrapped deep edge polycotton canvas ~ sides painted as wrap around ~ includes a signed certificate of authenticity ~ price includes Australian delivery ~ International shipping available ~ framing available


To truly embrace my memory of central Australia, I have abandoned traditional tubes of paint, and instead opted for natural objects foraged from around my home. Silt, clay, campfire ash, and wattle pollen were the main ingredients for this artwork, which were ground, moistened and accumulated into a scene of earthy palette, tactile surface, and luminous layers, conjuring wonderful memories of shimmering heat, dry enough to crystallise the sweat on your arm.


The painting has been sealed and varnished to ensure the materials continue to adhere to the canvas.


I have included photos of this artwork installed into a room with furniture. In situ photos were created using various apps and may not be perfectly to scale but should give you an idea of how your artwork might look. Where provided, pictures depicting framed art are illustrative only - just to give you an idea of how a beautiful timber frame might enhance the look of your painting.


If you are based in Victoria, you may like to see my paintings in person - I am located near the beautiful Trawool Estate (approx 90 minutes north of Melbourne) and often arrange to meet collectors there to show off my art. Just send me a message to arrange a suitable viewing time.


I love hearing from collectors! Feel free to email, and I’ll be happy to answer questions and provide more photos.


Yes international shipping is available! Please email me to discuss your options.


Yes! I can add a Tasmanian oak floating frame in natural, black or white.  Please make your selection - a separate Paypal invoice will be emailed to you for the additional cost (or if your prefer bank transfer, I'll be in touch!)



Eve x


Outback | 76cm x 76cm

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