When I worked with the indigenous artists in the Australian Outback, I was amazed by the colours of the land. I was in Wirrimanu Community, also known as Balgo Hills, in the Great Sandy Desert of Western Australia. It is hot, it is dry, and every bit of shade is sought after. These discarded tires not only created enough shade for patches of grass to grow, but the shadows they cast created new hues and tones in the colours of the red earth. Relaxing in the back yard on a sunny afternoon I was thrilled by the geometric forms these shapes of colour created, accentuated by the roundness of the discarded tires.
About the artist (see profile for more information) :
Sarah Dudley exhibits internationally and her art is featured both public, corporate and private collections worldwide. Her work has been distinguished with a number of awards and artist's grants.
How to hang this painting:
This painting is shipped stretched on a solid wooden frame, that is 2 cm deep. The image continues on to the sides so that it can be displayed either with or without a frame. Two, 5 cm long screws are all that is required to hang the painting directly on a wall. It weighs approx. 1 kg.
Shipping and Import information:
All works are professionally packaged to ensure the art arrives to you in perfect condition. Dense packing foam and/or plywood is used to make a sturdy shipping crate. Works are shipped fully insured, with FedEx for international orders and with a professional art courier within Germany. A tracking number is provided.
PAPERS CERTIFYING THE SHIPMENT AS AN ORIGINAL WORK OF ART ARE ALSO PROVIDED; THESE ALLOW FOR DUTY-FREE IMPORT INTO MANY COUNTRIES
Created with only the highest-quality, professional grade materials from manufacturers including Windsor & Newton, Sennelier and Shiva oil sticks, Faber Castell pastels, charcoal and graphite.