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Wild Bush Flowers After the Rain

Wild Bush Flowers After the Rain

Prix habituel $660.00 AUD
Prix habituel $1,100.00 AUD Prix soldé $660.00 AUD
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Dinah Norman | 57cm x 49cm

Not stretched or framed  |  Acrylic on canvas

*ARTWORK IS SOLD ROLLED IN AN ART TUBE*

Framing can be organised on request, please email hello@lajarri.com with the artwork name and size for a framing price.

When the Wet season come to my country changes from the orange dust too lovely colour with flowers and green plants. Some plants are good for eating, some for bush medicines and some for weaving.

Dinah Norman is a lady from the Borroloola area of the Northern Territory (which is a remote Aboriginal community, she is a much respected Elder and someone who holds knowledge of her country and community.


Stretching & Framing

Not stretched or framed

Stretcheing and/or framing can be organised on request once you have purchased your piece, pricing starts at around 1/3 of the artwork price (on average).

This process generally takes around 3-4 weeks.

Framing options are Tasmanian Oak, White or Black painted pine.

All stretching and framing is completed by the team at Left Bank Art Group

Shipping

Shipping is free Australia wide,

International shipping will be calculated at checkout.

All orders are shipped with insurence and tracking globally.

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Supporting Australian businesses

All artwork stretching and framing is taken care of by the team at Left Bank Art Group on the Gold Coast, a family business that has operated for over 40 years, employing over 20 local staff

The Left Bank story 

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    Australia - Free

    International - Prices are calculated at checkout depending on your location.

    All items are shipped via tracked freight.

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    Lajarri Gallery proudly operates under The Indigenous Art Code. 

    The Indigenous Art Code is a system to preserve and promote ethical trading in Indigenous art.