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Banksia II (limited edition /80)

$319.00

This painting shares a similar story to my previous 'As time passes' piece. It represents family and purpose. The 5 meeting places connected on the right represent the 5 generations of my bloodline passed over. The main meeting place represents those left with us. They are divided by a line through the centre. One side past and one side present but both sides always with me. 

Wiradjuri people used the banksia for many reasons. When in flower it was soaked in water to make a sweet tea. The wood of the banksia tree was used to make small hand tools and after flowering the dried cone and its fibres were used to strain water. Each stage of the banksias’ life has another purpose- just as our past does.


 *All prints are rolled with care and shipped in a mailing tube unframed unless otherwise specified.

Please allow 7-10 business days for your paper orders to be processed and shipped & up to 14 business days for your canvas orders to be shipped.

Framing- Please allow 2-3 weeks for framed options. Framing is pick up only from Newcastle NSW.

Paper Prints- Printed on 310gsm Canson Photographique Photo RAG with archival standard inks with 5cm white border to be framed behind glass.

Paper Framing is in 2-3mm (depending on size) Tasmanian oak with standard glass. Framing is pick up only from Newcastle NSW.

Canvas prints- Printed on 450gsm Breathing Color Lyve Canvas with archival standard inks.

Professional framing recommended.

Care Instructions- Please take care in handling your new print as the paper and canvas is very receptive to oils and moisture from skin. If you need to open your paper print ensure your hands have been washed and dried thoroughly. Handle as little as possible. Avoid hanging in direct sunlight.