Girra-Warra Canvas Art Print
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A contemporary Indigenous Aboriginal artwork that features groupings of concentric circles overlaid and outlined with intricate lines and dots, in a wonderfully considered colour palette of grey and pastel pink and orange.
This artwork represents the taking of the rightfully owned land of the Wiradjuri peoples. It shows the Murrumbidgee River and both the North side of the river and what is now Wagga Wagga City. These places are represented in the circles. Represented to the right of the image in the hills, are the generations of Indigenous Aboriginal peoples who have lived upon this land, and that were displaced. Each hill represents one generation. On the left of the piece, is the founding generation of Europeans. The colours were intentionally chosen to reflect the sadness of the Indigenous Aboriginal people, and the mourning of them. It is an intentionally dull piece to show the grief of the Wiradjuri peoples and all of the other mobs who faced displacement upon white man's arrival.
Our stretched canvas fine art prints are professionally printed on polycotton artist canvas, using archival inks and then stretched and gallery wrapped. This means the image is stretched around a 38mm frame to create a seamless, museum-quality finish. All stretched and box framed art prints arrive ready to hang.
SHADOW BOX FRAMES
We also offer the option to add a shadow box frame to your canvas art print. A little different from a traditional framed print, the canvas sits within the box frame with a 5mm gap, creating a sophisticated shadow effect between the frame and the canvas. Our solid timber box frame mouldings are 10mm wide, and 55mm deep, and add approximately 40mm to the length and height of the listed canvas size.