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Ubirr Dusk is part of a special series of works on paper from studies inspired by Australian landscapes.

  • The artwork is Acrylic on matte paper.
  • Original Artwork.
  • “Ubirr Dusk ” requires framing.
  • All David’s work is signed on the back
  • The artwork comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
  • The packaging is 2 layers of bubblewrap ,and secured cardboard box.
  • Free delivery and a 7 days trial.
  • For other sizes and colours, commissions are welcomes.

ABOUT THE ARTIST :

David Weir was born in Melbourne. A trip to Kakadu National Park changed everything for him. Instantly struck by the dramatic landscape, unchanged and constantly inhabited by the Aboriginal people , Weir moved to live and work in Kakadu for 7 years.

From Aboriginal Rock Art, the Culture and Sacred Stories behind it, Weir Began to draw, to explore the very different path his life was taking , and painting became his key form of expression. Central to his learning was mentor ,the late Bill Niedjie, Senior Traditional Elder for Kakadu’s Gagudju people, spokesperson, author and poet, with whom the artist formed a close bond.

The experience has had a profound effect on Weir’s life ,which he has committed to poursuit of his art.

Ubirr Dusk

David Weir

AUD$260
Size: 38.5w x 50h x 0.2d cms
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Acrylic on matte paper

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Additional Information

Ubirr Dusk is part of a special series of works on paper from studies inspired by Australian landscapes.

  • The artwork is Acrylic on matte paper.
  • Original Artwork.
  • “Ubirr Dusk ” requires framing.
  • All David’s work is signed on the back
  • The artwork comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
  • The packaging is 2 layers of bubblewrap ,and secured cardboard box.
  • Free delivery and a 7 days trial.
  • For other sizes and colours, commissions are welcomes.

ABOUT THE ARTIST :

David Weir was born in Melbourne. A trip to Kakadu National Park changed everything for him. Instantly struck by the dramatic landscape, unchanged and constantly inhabited by the Aboriginal people , Weir moved to live and work in Kakadu for 7 years.

From Aboriginal Rock Art, the Culture and Sacred Stories behind it, Weir Began to draw, to explore the very different path his life was taking , and painting became his key form of expression. Central to his learning was mentor ,the late Bill Niedjie, Senior Traditional Elder for Kakadu’s Gagudju people, spokesperson, author and poet, with whom the artist formed a close bond.

The experience has had a profound effect on Weir’s life ,which he has committed to poursuit of his art.

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