• Face Of The Rainforest
  • Rainforest Retreat

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Where the rainforest meets the ocean.

Living in North Queensland it’s hard not to be inspired by the smells, sounds and colours of nature. Maggie surrounds herself with the beauty and colour found in her tropical gardens. As a result, Maggie creates pieces reflecting the vibrancy. The artwork is an unusual combination of digital mixed-media. As a result, it invigorates the soul. You can almost smell the rainforest and hear the buzzing of the cicadas.  Each of Maggies works has butterflies, birds or botanicals incorporated into them. The yellow butterfly is significant for Maggie. It represents her father after his passing. He sometimes visits her creative space as a yellow butterfly. So if he visits while she is creating a piece, she adds a yellow butterfly into the artwork.

Maggie works with faces and creates different moods and stories by adding colour, texture and contrasting elements. Due to people loving to look at faces Maggie has only revealed part of the face to entice the viewer to look closer.

The artwork has many layers consisting of watercolour elements, fabric textures, old paper textures and may other textured layers made from recycled items such as bubble wrap dipped in paint, scrunched up plastic wrap and other textures to build up the piece. The finished piece has depth and dimension, due to the many layers.

This piece won peoples choice in the Townsville Art Society Awards for 2019

Limited edition12

Canvas 90cm x 90cm stretched on light board ready to hang. Please enquire about different sizes if required.

 

 

Faces of the Rainforest- Ltd Ed

Maggie O Hara

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Size: 90w x 90h x 2d cms
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Limited edition (12) digital mixed media canvas stretched on light board

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Where the rainforest meets the ocean.

Living in North Queensland it’s hard not to be inspired by the smells, sounds and colours of nature. Maggie surrounds herself with the beauty and colour found in her tropical gardens. As a result, Maggie creates pieces reflecting the vibrancy. The artwork is an unusual combination of digital mixed-media. As a result, it invigorates the soul. You can almost smell the rainforest and hear the buzzing of the cicadas.  Each of Maggies works has butterflies, birds or botanicals incorporated into them. The yellow butterfly is significant for Maggie. It represents her father after his passing. He sometimes visits her creative space as a yellow butterfly. So if he visits while she is creating a piece, she adds a yellow butterfly into the artwork.

Maggie works with faces and creates different moods and stories by adding colour, texture and contrasting elements. Due to people loving to look at faces Maggie has only revealed part of the face to entice the viewer to look closer.

The artwork has many layers consisting of watercolour elements, fabric textures, old paper textures and may other textured layers made from recycled items such as bubble wrap dipped in paint, scrunched up plastic wrap and other textures to build up the piece. The finished piece has depth and dimension, due to the many layers.

This piece won peoples choice in the Townsville Art Society Awards for 2019

Limited edition12

Canvas 90cm x 90cm stretched on light board ready to hang. Please enquire about different sizes if required.