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The Will To Survive by Sharon DeSailly is a 24×24” (61cm square) contemporary, abstract impressionist nod to beautiful outback Australia and the flora that survives despite the odds. Painted primarily with pallet knife on deep edges stretched canvas, it is professionally framed in natural oak and is a striking, highly textured image to enhance any space. Varnished and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

The setting is Finke National Park, typical Albert Namatjira country. 300-350 million years ago a seismic mountain building event created the MacDonnell Ranges. Since that time, folding, faulting and erosion have shaped the range and created numerous gaps and gorges where, amazingly, native trees have lodged. The ranges are composed of many rock types, but are most famous for their red quartzite peaks and gorges shown in this original professional acrylics artwork on deep edges stretched canvas. Nearby is Palm Valley, the only area in Australia where Red Cabbage Palms survive after scientists have verified that seeds were brought there over 300 years ago.

 

The Will To Survive

Sharon DeSailly

AUD$800
Size: 63w x 63h x 6d cms
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Acrylic on stretched canvas

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The Will To Survive by Sharon DeSailly is a 24×24” (61cm square) contemporary, abstract impressionist nod to beautiful outback Australia and the flora that survives despite the odds. Painted primarily with pallet knife on deep edges stretched canvas, it is professionally framed in natural oak and is a striking, highly textured image to enhance any space. Varnished and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

The setting is Finke National Park, typical Albert Namatjira country. 300-350 million years ago a seismic mountain building event created the MacDonnell Ranges. Since that time, folding, faulting and erosion have shaped the range and created numerous gaps and gorges where, amazingly, native trees have lodged. The ranges are composed of many rock types, but are most famous for their red quartzite peaks and gorges shown in this original professional acrylics artwork on deep edges stretched canvas. Nearby is Palm Valley, the only area in Australia where Red Cabbage Palms survive after scientists have verified that seeds were brought there over 300 years ago.

 

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