To see behind walls, to draw closer Original Artwork

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To see behind walls, to draw closer Original Artwork

375.00

An Original artwork of the ‘To See Behind Walls, To Draw Closer,’ illustration as seen at Off The Kerb Galleries 11th Birthday. A signed and titled illustration of Machu Picchu in Peru. Iconic hilltop ruins of a large 15th-century Inca city featuring numerous structures & terraces of sophisticated dry-stone walls. A girl sits on rock cradling a baby lamb surrounded by alpacas. A Macaw, Marvelous Spatuletail Hummingbird and Greenfinch fly above. 

‘To see the world, things dangerous to come to, to see behind walls, to draw closer, to find each other, and to feel. That is the purpose of life.’

This quote is from a wonderful film called ‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’. The film shows the contrast of a nine to five job and chasing your imagination. Mitty’s drive takes him to Greenland, Iceland, and the Himalayas seeking out photojournalist Sean O’Connell for Life Magazine. The story reflects the               struggle of regular life and possibilities of more. From this I have split Life’s motto into three artworks that explore life in different places around the world and   reflect the beauty in nature and culture found in travel.

An archival ink drawing on 300gsm smooth Arches paper.

Paper size - 216 × 272 mm

This artwork will be packed with acid free backing card, and wrapped in clear cellophane for protection. Shipped in waterproof protective packaging through the Australian Post.

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An Original Artwork of two Asian Small-clawed Otters based on Paula and Oscar from the Melbourne Zoo

Includes certificate of authenticity and signed by artist.

Original artworks are drawn with black archival ink on 300gsm smooth cotton paper.

Size: 15x15cm

This artwork will be packed with acid free backing card, and wrapped in clear cellophane for protection. Shipped in waterproof protective packaging through the Australian Post.