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Urban Landscape: Alpine Crossing by Tarli Bird. This artwork is inspired by being at Falls Creek in the summer along the ski slopes where I was an artist in residence. It captures the environment of the Falls Creek to Mt Hotham Alpine Crossing walk.

-70cm (W) x 100cm (H) x 4cm (D)

-Acrylic, spray paint and hand embroidery on canvas.

-This work is an original.

My Urban Garden and Landscape artworks are created using photos of gardens or landscapes as inspiration. I aim to capture and recreate the energy and vibrancy of these environments by using the following processes:

– Layer 1: Acrylic paint is used in an intuitive manner to communicate the natural vibrancy of the natural environment in these images.
– Layer 2: Spray Paint is used to spray a geometric stencil grid over this natural environment stamping out the planned organised way we have developed our natural environments.
– Layer 3: Hand embroidery is used to connect the natural and urban layers building connections through patterns that highlights the flaws and features of these environments.

Urban Landscape: Alpine Crossing

Tarli Bird

AUD$980
Size: 70w x 100h x 4d cms
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Additional Information

Urban Landscape: Alpine Crossing by Tarli Bird. This artwork is inspired by being at Falls Creek in the summer along the ski slopes where I was an artist in residence. It captures the environment of the Falls Creek to Mt Hotham Alpine Crossing walk.

-70cm (W) x 100cm (H) x 4cm (D)

-Acrylic, spray paint and hand embroidery on canvas.

-This work is an original.

My Urban Garden and Landscape artworks are created using photos of gardens or landscapes as inspiration. I aim to capture and recreate the energy and vibrancy of these environments by using the following processes:

– Layer 1: Acrylic paint is used in an intuitive manner to communicate the natural vibrancy of the natural environment in these images.
– Layer 2: Spray Paint is used to spray a geometric stencil grid over this natural environment stamping out the planned organised way we have developed our natural environments.
– Layer 3: Hand embroidery is used to connect the natural and urban layers building connections through patterns that highlights the flaws and features of these environments.

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