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Driftwood assembly made from 3 different places from my travels here on the South Coast and over the border into the Wilderness Coast, Victoria.

Driftwood origins are, the black ply back piece collected from Mimosa Coast, the red piece is from local Mystery Bay beaches and the rare and weathered feature piece at front is from a long day hike that i did back in May 2018 at Wingin Inlet. This hike was a 11 hour day, leaving in darkness at 7 am from camp, walking down to Fly Cove, then around the back of Rame Head and then West to Petrel Point, making it all the way around to the West side/beach of Petrel…along this stretch there was plenty of Driftwood and a few shipwrecks poking out from the sand. There was even a 600mm steel sphere from a ship, looking like a float, where i sat and rested.

Time was vanishing, and i had to make my long journey back to camp, collecting Driftwood pieces as i went and sadly leaving quite a bit behind. I could only carry a few rare and special pieces…the top piece to this wall art being one of them. I arrived back at camp in darkness just as i had left around 6 pm, i had ran out of water and all energy! I didn`t even have dinner, i just put my tired body to bed and with a smile fell asleep, dreaming of all the magic i had seen that day.

This piece is minimalist again, the Driftwood speaking enough to me of its weathered and unique life.

Driftwood wall art

Dean Ware

AUD$999
Size: 42w x 50h x 4d cms
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Croajingolong 1

Driftwood assembly made from 3 different places from my travels here on the South Coast and over the border into the Wilderness Coast, Victoria.

Driftwood origins are, the black ply back piece collected from Mimosa Coast, the red piece is from local Mystery Bay beaches and the rare and weathered feature piece at front is from a long day hike that i did back in May 2018 at Wingin Inlet. This hike was a 11 hour day, leaving in darkness at 7 am from camp, walking down to Fly Cove, then around the back of Rame Head and then West to Petrel Point, making it all the way around to the West side/beach of Petrel…along this stretch there was plenty of Driftwood and a few shipwrecks poking out from the sand. There was even a 600mm steel sphere from a ship, looking like a float, where i sat and rested.

Time was vanishing, and i had to make my long journey back to camp, collecting Driftwood pieces as i went and sadly leaving quite a bit behind. I could only carry a few rare and special pieces…the top piece to this wall art being one of them. I arrived back at camp in darkness just as i had left around 6 pm, i had ran out of water and all energy! I didn`t even have dinner, i just put my tired body to bed and with a smile fell asleep, dreaming of all the magic i had seen that day.

This piece is minimalist again, the Driftwood speaking enough to me of its weathered and unique life.