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Australian Fine Art portraying Brisbane on a rainy night in 1980. Australian fine art allows the subject to be representative  while retaining expressionism for the painter.

Star of the show is the Red Telephone Box which was such a welcome sight before phones that could fit in your pocket. City lights were playing on the wet roadway and everyone dashing about to get out of the rain and home or off to a show. It reminded me of those long ago days when we didn’t carry a smart phone and we had to get to a public phone box to call a taxi or friend to pick us up.

At that time, the ubiquitous red telephone boxes were like a warm haven – as long as there wasn’t a queue. In the North, the boxes had a slightly different style to accommodate the heat and humidity.  They had cleverly louvered panels which allowed air flow. No comparison to the open sided, vandal proof, rare to find public telephones of today. I love painting the dance of reflected lights on wet city streets. The movement and the pace of each city is unique.  This painting is of Brisbane before she grew up with Expo 1988.

Specification of Telephone Box

Professional oils

Stretched canvas over timber frame

Framed by Master framer

Ready to hang

Complimentary 55 page glossy magazine featuring all the exhibition works.

1980 Telephone Box Australian Fine Art

Marie Green

AUD$2,185
Size: 91.44w x 60.96h x 2.5d cms
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Star of the show is the Red Telephone Box which was such a welcome sight before phones that could fit in your pocket. City lights were playing on the wet roadway and everyone dashing about to get out of the rain and home or off to a show. It reminded me of those long ago days when we didn’t carry a smart phone and we had to get to a public phone box to call a taxi or friend to pick us up.

Professional oils on stretched canvas over timber cradle

Framed by Master framer

Ready to hang

Complimentary 55 page glossy magazine featuring all the exhibition works.

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Australian Fine Art portraying Brisbane on a rainy night in 1980. Australian fine art allows the subject to be representative  while retaining expressionism for the painter.

Star of the show is the Red Telephone Box which was such a welcome sight before phones that could fit in your pocket. City lights were playing on the wet roadway and everyone dashing about to get out of the rain and home or off to a show. It reminded me of those long ago days when we didn’t carry a smart phone and we had to get to a public phone box to call a taxi or friend to pick us up.

At that time, the ubiquitous red telephone boxes were like a warm haven – as long as there wasn’t a queue. In the North, the boxes had a slightly different style to accommodate the heat and humidity.  They had cleverly louvered panels which allowed air flow. No comparison to the open sided, vandal proof, rare to find public telephones of today. I love painting the dance of reflected lights on wet city streets. The movement and the pace of each city is unique.  This painting is of Brisbane before she grew up with Expo 1988.

Specification of Telephone Box

Professional oils

Stretched canvas over timber frame

Framed by Master framer

Ready to hang

Complimentary 55 page glossy magazine featuring all the exhibition works.