This artwork is inspired by our beautiful native banksia and our peoples connection to country. The meeting circle in the centre represents our Aboriginal connection with Mother Earth. I am always so inspired by stories of my great great grandfather. His knowledge of the bush and his connection to his country led him to become a well known tracker. He was one with his country as were all Aboriginal communities before colonisation.
When it comes to quality you can be assured you are receiving the best quality fine art prints available.
All of Lauren's artwork is taken to Cie-Elle Digital Imaging in Sydney.
Here it is scanned using a 400 mega pixel German flat bed scanning system, the only one of its kind in Australia. The scanning process achieves a level of depth not seen before in digitised files making it the best and only option when scanning original artworks with texture and relief.
After scanning the files are compared with the original artwork and any necessary changes are made to ensure an exact reproduction.
Lauren's Fine Art Reproductions are available on-
310gsm Canson Photographique Photo RAG with archival standard inks
450gsm Breathing Color Lyve Canvas with archival standard inks.
Cie-Elle Digital pride themselves as Fine Art Reproduction specialists working with well known, established and prize winning artists, you can be assured your Freestone Art print is the best in quality.
All of Lauren's work is framed with 'Aaron Framed it' in Georgetown.
Since 2003, Aaron has been recognised many times within the picture framing industry, winning multiple national awards at the picture framing tradeshow. These awards are based on quality, style and craftsmanship and judged by leaders within the profession.
Aaron can provide you with all of your framing needs from the smallest prints to large floating frames as well as stretcher frames for canvas.
Contact Lauren to arrange framing for your new artwork.