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Return of the Yellow-tails.  Limited Edition Print by Angela Robertson-Buchanan

Size: 75x75cm, Edition of of 10 (unframed)

Giclée print on 320gsm Hahnemuhle photo rag pearl paper

Signed with edition number & embossed, includes a certificate of authenticity.

Will be sent carefully rolled in tissue paper in a sturdy cardboard tube.

Background Story:

This creative print celebrates the return of the Yellow-tailed Black cockatoos at one of my favourite parks in Sydney, Centennial Parklands.

I love the conversations I have with fellow bird lovers about the effect these majestic birds have on them when they hear or see them.

It’s no surprise really that in Aboriginal dreaming they symbolise spirit strengthening, change and enlightenment. They are also believed to be the guardians of the spirits of loved ones on their journey to rest amongst the Ancestors. We also associate them with the coming of rain (true 2 weeks ago!).

These cockatoos are incredibly special to me as I have had the opportunity to raise/rehab/release a few.
I find them to be deeply spiritual birds, that stay in my heart long after they have moved on or been released.

(Frames pictured, not included)

Dance of the Yellow-tails Ltd Ed Print

Angela Robertson-Buchanan

AUD$480
Size: 75w x 75h cms
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Fine art limited edition (10) photographic montage print on 320gsm Hahnemuhle photo rag pearl paper

Unframed

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Additional Information

Return of the Yellow-tails.  Limited Edition Print by Angela Robertson-Buchanan

Size: 75x75cm, Edition of of 10 (unframed)

Giclée print on 320gsm Hahnemuhle photo rag pearl paper

Signed with edition number & embossed, includes a certificate of authenticity.

Will be sent carefully rolled in tissue paper in a sturdy cardboard tube.

Background Story:

This creative print celebrates the return of the Yellow-tailed Black cockatoos at one of my favourite parks in Sydney, Centennial Parklands.

I love the conversations I have with fellow bird lovers about the effect these majestic birds have on them when they hear or see them.

It’s no surprise really that in Aboriginal dreaming they symbolise spirit strengthening, change and enlightenment. They are also believed to be the guardians of the spirits of loved ones on their journey to rest amongst the Ancestors. We also associate them with the coming of rain (true 2 weeks ago!).

These cockatoos are incredibly special to me as I have had the opportunity to raise/rehab/release a few.
I find them to be deeply spiritual birds, that stay in my heart long after they have moved on or been released.

(Frames pictured, not included)

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