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Inspired by the Cleveland Bay Lighthouse in the Coral Sea which has been safeguarding seafarers over the years since 1879. This piece represents the strength of both the lighthouse and the people who protect the reefs along the Australian coastlines.

The “Strenght” coral fairy stands side by side with the lighthouse to guard and protect the coral reefs. The lighthouse symbolises strength all around the world. The fairy represents the inner strength inside us all.

The “Strenght” coral fairy encourages reducing waste, recycling and reusing items. As a result, her headpiece and belt are recycled from dead coral and shells. Her dress fabric is woven from the Golden Orb spider’s silken web and dyed in natural dyes.

She encourages reducing waste, recycling and reusing items. Her headpiece and belt are re-fashioned from recycled coral and shells that are no longer living. Her delicate dress fabrics are woven from the Golden Orb spider’s silken web and dyed in natural dyes.

Coral Reefs are the rainforests of the sea.

This collection aims to educate and generate a discussion about what we can do to save the coral reefs around the world. We need to bring attention to the topic of climate change because if we don’t start now, there may be nothing left in twenty years. We can make informed choices about the amount of plastic we use and the rubbish we are throwing into our oceans. Each year global warming heats our oceans and as a result, the coral struggles to rejuvenate and reproduce. Some areas are slowly adapting and building up their resilience.

Did you know, corals are animals, not plants? There are over 600 hard and soft corals in the Great Barrier Reef.

The mythical fairy represents the possible future. In 100 years from now, will children think of marine turtles and dolphins as magical creatures that once swam in the oceans?

The lighthouse is not a true representation of the Cleveland Bay lighthouse.

The artwork has many layers consisting of coral fragments, watercolour elements, fabric textures, old paper textures and may other textured layers to build up the fairies dress and wings. The triadic colour scheme is relaxing and calming. The final colour layer tones the piece and adds depth to the piece.

Limited edition prints (50) printed on white 190gsm watercolour paper, with white matt and Tasmanian Oak timber frame. Two size options.

Strength-Coral Fairy Ltd Ed Print

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Limited Edition (50) digital mixed media on 190gsm watercolour paper

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Inspired by the Cleveland Bay Lighthouse in the Coral Sea which has been safeguarding seafarers over the years since 1879. This piece represents the strength of both the lighthouse and the people who protect the reefs along the Australian coastlines.

The “Strenght” coral fairy stands side by side with the lighthouse to guard and protect the coral reefs. The lighthouse symbolises strength all around the world. The fairy represents the inner strength inside us all.

The “Strenght” coral fairy encourages reducing waste, recycling and reusing items. As a result, her headpiece and belt are recycled from dead coral and shells. Her dress fabric is woven from the Golden Orb spider’s silken web and dyed in natural dyes.

She encourages reducing waste, recycling and reusing items. Her headpiece and belt are re-fashioned from recycled coral and shells that are no longer living. Her delicate dress fabrics are woven from the Golden Orb spider’s silken web and dyed in natural dyes.

Coral Reefs are the rainforests of the sea.

This collection aims to educate and generate a discussion about what we can do to save the coral reefs around the world. We need to bring attention to the topic of climate change because if we don’t start now, there may be nothing left in twenty years. We can make informed choices about the amount of plastic we use and the rubbish we are throwing into our oceans. Each year global warming heats our oceans and as a result, the coral struggles to rejuvenate and reproduce. Some areas are slowly adapting and building up their resilience.

Did you know, corals are animals, not plants? There are over 600 hard and soft corals in the Great Barrier Reef.

The mythical fairy represents the possible future. In 100 years from now, will children think of marine turtles and dolphins as magical creatures that once swam in the oceans?

The lighthouse is not a true representation of the Cleveland Bay lighthouse.

The artwork has many layers consisting of coral fragments, watercolour elements, fabric textures, old paper textures and may other textured layers to build up the fairies dress and wings. The triadic colour scheme is relaxing and calming. The final colour layer tones the piece and adds depth to the piece.

Limited edition prints (50) printed on white 190gsm watercolour paper, with white matt and Tasmanian Oak timber frame. Two size options.

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