Dhala-bu-nya Bula Canvas Art Print

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Size 60x90cm

Frame Colour Black

Orientation Landscape

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Sharp and methodical, this labyrinthine contemporary Indigenous Aboriginal piece features ladder like structures weaving and overlapping one another, representative of the earth's cracks and crevices after a drought. Artist Amanda Hinkelmann has used this piece to create a visual metaphor for reluctant acceptance of support after neglect. The colour palette is earthy and muted, featuring warm, coffee brown tones interspersed with grey, beige, aqua and green shades.

After a long drought the ground, as desperate as it is for water, forebodes its penetration, although it is such a vital life source, due to its absence when it was needed most.


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.


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.