The Red Sands Garden

Artist
Ray Besserdin
Size
Date
2019
Medium
Work on Paper
Material
Paper
Description
A stroll in the Australian Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne Part 1/4. On entering The Red Sands Garden, the visitor is treated to a landscape design of colour and breathtaking view that is so like experiencing Australia’s Red Centre, A closer look reveals fan shaped Scaevola half-flowers and curious Lichen covered forms looking like branched abstract sculptures. 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 (Japan) and other Asian sources. Selected artwork for "Honoring the Earth Day 2022" international online exhibition, Diversia 2022, Exhibizone,Canada Finalist Stanthorpe Art Prize 2021 Second Place - Botanicals Exhibition - The Art Room Contemporary Gallery 2019 / Second Place - Botanicals Exhibition - LightSpaceTime Gallery Florida 2018.
Price
$ 8000.00
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