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Born To Shine – Waratah Bridal Gown and green
By HSIN LIN

28/08/2020
Artwork size -40.6 x 50.8 X 1.5 cm
Acrylic on Acid Free Gesso Primed Canvas. Sides painted.
With D-rings and wire attached at the back, ready to hang and ready for a new home.

Affirmation: You are the light in my eyes.

Waratah flower is the symbol of undying love.
Waratah (Telopea) – a member of the plant family Proteaceae, native to the south eastern parts of Australia – New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania.
The inflorescence of Proteaceae is often very large, bloom in brightly, vivid colour, consisting of many small flowers densely packed into a compact head or spike.
The bright red Telopea speciosissima is the NSW state emblem.
There’s also a saying that the aboriginal people soaked the Waratah in water and drank it as a tonic of strength.

This artwork is painted during the lock down, a special isolation diary that I wrote with my paint brushes. Hope you enjoy this artwork of mine.

Artwork inspired by nature in Mount Evelyn, Melbourne, Victoria, Winter 2020.
-WILD BOTANICAL ABSTRACT SERIES 2020 by HSIN LIN-

Born To Shine – Waratah Bridal Gown and green

H.Lin

AUD$560
Size: 41w x 51h x 1.5d cms
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Born To Shine – Waratah Bridal Gown and green
By HSIN LIN

28/08/2020
Artwork size -40.6 x 50.8 X 1.5 cm
Acrylic on Acid Free Gesso Primed Canvas. Sides painted.
With D-rings and wire attached at the back, ready to hang and ready for a new home.

Affirmation: You are the light in my eyes.

Waratah flower is the symbol of undying love.
Waratah (Telopea) – a member of the plant family Proteaceae, native to the south eastern parts of Australia – New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania.
The inflorescence of Proteaceae is often very large, bloom in brightly, vivid colour, consisting of many small flowers densely packed into a compact head or spike.
The bright red Telopea speciosissima is the NSW state emblem.
There’s also a saying that the aboriginal people soaked the Waratah in water and drank it as a tonic of strength.

This artwork is painted during the lock down, a special isolation diary that I wrote with my paint brushes. Hope you enjoy this artwork of mine.

Artwork inspired by nature in Mount Evelyn, Melbourne, Victoria, Winter 2020.
-WILD BOTANICAL ABSTRACT SERIES 2020 by HSIN LIN-

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