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Alexandra Parade

An original abstract painting, created by a Cartographer with 30+ years of mapping experience. 

Where Hoddle Street, Alexandra Parade and the Eastern Freeway meet is a very busy place. The black framework is this road network with North at the top of the canvas.

The colours were chosen to represent those I most commonly see when at the intersection or travelling towards it along the Eastern Freeway. Blue for the sky, Shades of grey for the road, green for the trees and red for the traffic lights that undoubtedly catch you everytime.

Ready to hang and the sides of the canvas have been painted in black with a very neat edge.

The map is oriented to North and approximately to scale.

The sides of the canvas are painted black.

Signed on the front.

 

Alexandra Parade

Peta Tranquille

AUD$650
Size: 76w x 51h x 3.5d cms
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Acrylic on canvas with several coats to achieve a quality matt finish.

Ready to hang.

 

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Alexandra Parade

An original abstract painting, created by a Cartographer with 30+ years of mapping experience. 

Where Hoddle Street, Alexandra Parade and the Eastern Freeway meet is a very busy place. The black framework is this road network with North at the top of the canvas.

The colours were chosen to represent those I most commonly see when at the intersection or travelling towards it along the Eastern Freeway. Blue for the sky, Shades of grey for the road, green for the trees and red for the traffic lights that undoubtedly catch you everytime.

Ready to hang and the sides of the canvas have been painted in black with a very neat edge.

The map is oriented to North and approximately to scale.

The sides of the canvas are painted black.

Signed on the front.