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METAL PETAL by Carita Farrer Spencer

An original artwork, acrylic on wood framed in Tasmanian oak, inspired by my ongoing obsession with native Australian botanicals.

“I had this beautiful wood panel with its ebony stained Tasmanian Oak frame made for me by Fallon Frames of Melbourne. I played around with a silver acrylic paint and found pleasure in its contrast with the raw earthiness of the beautiful Tassie Oak. I painted this artwork during the recent 5 day lock down in Melbourne, so to be honest, I was feeling a bit melancholic and monochromatic. I spotted the chartreuse yellow on the shelf and found it was the antidote I needed. Like the wattle coming into bloom it signalled a warm promise that winter would come to an end and that right there, at the crossroads, if I looked hard enough, I would see a little silver lining, winking at me.”

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Metal Petal

Carita Farrer Spencer

AUD$700
Size: 37w x 47.5h x 5d cms
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Acrylic on wood

Framed in Tasmanian Oak with ebony stain

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METAL PETAL by Carita Farrer Spencer

An original artwork, acrylic on wood framed in Tasmanian oak, inspired by my ongoing obsession with native Australian botanicals.

“I had this beautiful wood panel with its ebony stained Tasmanian Oak frame made for me by Fallon Frames of Melbourne. I played around with a silver acrylic paint and found pleasure in its contrast with the raw earthiness of the beautiful Tassie Oak. I painted this artwork during the recent 5 day lock down in Melbourne, so to be honest, I was feeling a bit melancholic and monochromatic. I spotted the chartreuse yellow on the shelf and found it was the antidote I needed. Like the wattle coming into bloom it signalled a warm promise that winter would come to an end and that right there, at the crossroads, if I looked hard enough, I would see a little silver lining, winking at me.”

Carita

 

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