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This original oil painting of a still life featuring flowers in a pewter urn is inspired by the beautiful Australia native flora, trees, and plants which adorn our backyards, nature strips, and park lands.

It has been painted with a limited palette, focusing on teal, apricot, blush, green, and silver hues. There is some negative space in the pure linen so that the natural weave forms part of the overall artwork. The paint and linen are neither flat nor glossy; more of a satin finish, and the sides are unpainted. I believe this painting would look incredible in an oak box frame – feel free to enquire if you like.

As an artist, I draw inspiration from nature, the seasons, the indigenous landscape, and from Australian artists such as Streeton, McCubbin, Whiteley, and Gleeson, and the marvellous French master Marc Chagall. There are also so many upcoming and emerging Australian artists which continue to inspire me daily. I am a prolific artist working full time from my studio in central Victoria, with much of my art being held in private collections around Australia, as well as exhibiting in local galleries and at the Victorian Artists Society in Melbourne.

All of my paintings are packed with the greatest care.

Best,
Eve x

Banksias and Gum Leaves

Eve Sellars

AUD$490
Size: 60w x 60h x 3.8d cms
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Oil on linen

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Additional Information

This original oil painting of a still life featuring flowers in a pewter urn is inspired by the beautiful Australia native flora, trees, and plants which adorn our backyards, nature strips, and park lands.

It has been painted with a limited palette, focusing on teal, apricot, blush, green, and silver hues. There is some negative space in the pure linen so that the natural weave forms part of the overall artwork. The paint and linen are neither flat nor glossy; more of a satin finish, and the sides are unpainted. I believe this painting would look incredible in an oak box frame – feel free to enquire if you like.

As an artist, I draw inspiration from nature, the seasons, the indigenous landscape, and from Australian artists such as Streeton, McCubbin, Whiteley, and Gleeson, and the marvellous French master Marc Chagall. There are also so many upcoming and emerging Australian artists which continue to inspire me daily. I am a prolific artist working full time from my studio in central Victoria, with much of my art being held in private collections around Australia, as well as exhibiting in local galleries and at the Victorian Artists Society in Melbourne.

All of my paintings are packed with the greatest care.

Best,
Eve x