The Path to Gondwana

Artist
Ray Besserdin
Size
Date
2019
Medium
Work on Paper
Material
Paper
Description
A stroll in the Australian Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne, part 2/4. In entering these gardens, a left turn on the pathway takes us northward past a magnificent Ironbark stand followed by Box and Peppermint Eucalypts, and the distinctive Scribbly Gums with their bark decorated by abstract washes, like paintings. A wonderous landscape of cycads and ferns that once dominated Gondwana in the Palaeozoic Era, 180 million years ago. Sculptured from Hahnemuhle (Germany) 300gsm cotton NOT, Arches (France) 310gsm cotton hot-pressed mould made papers and a variety of handmade Hemp, Flax and Kozo (Mulberry) papers from Awagami. Finalist Stanthorpe Art Prize 2021 Gold Medal for Creativity - Professional Artists Competition - Mondial Art Academia, France 2018 First Place - Nature Exhibition - LightSpaceTime Gallery Florida 2018.
Price
$ 8000.00
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