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A stay in Melbourne would not be complete until completing a walk among Melbourne’s Dormant Beauty – the English Elm tree. Strolling beside Elms on a white-sky winters day feels dramatic and there are many beautiful parks to choose from close to the city.

This painting was inspired by a photograph I took in the Fitzroy Gardens when I was 15 – it forms part of my grey tone series. I recently revisited the gardens, and after spending many hours on painting the pathway in this artwork, I noticed that the lamp posts and gutters featured in my artwork have been replaced. It seems 1960s modern neon is out, and Victorian carriage case lights with bricks for gutters is now in.

This artwork could add a touch of drama to any room and the feature colours, red and yellow, have been selected for a yin and yang force against the natural beauty of the dormant trees.

Melbourne’s Dormant Beauty

Rodney Black

AUD$950
Size: 54.6w x 83.6h x 2.3d cms
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Acrylic on hardboard

Three coat satin varnish finish

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A stay in Melbourne would not be complete until completing a walk among Melbourne’s Dormant Beauty – the English Elm tree. Strolling beside Elms on a white-sky winters day feels dramatic and there are many beautiful parks to choose from close to the city.

This painting was inspired by a photograph I took in the Fitzroy Gardens when I was 15 – it forms part of my grey tone series. I recently revisited the gardens, and after spending many hours on painting the pathway in this artwork, I noticed that the lamp posts and gutters featured in my artwork have been replaced. It seems 1960s modern neon is out, and Victorian carriage case lights with bricks for gutters is now in.

This artwork could add a touch of drama to any room and the feature colours, red and yellow, have been selected for a yin and yang force against the natural beauty of the dormant trees.

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