Nirrangi Canvas Art Print

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Size 60x90cm

Frame Colour Black

Orientation Landscape

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Soft, delicate and ethereal, this contemporary Indigenous Aboriginal artwork has been created by Wiradjuri artist Amanda Hinkelmann. The piece uses a series of overlapping, intertwining concentric circles to convey the complexities of human life on this earth, and the importance of feeling small. The colour palette is gentle and feminine, with soft pinks, nudes and beiges accented by rich copper flecks.

We often try to be big, powerful, seen. But true human connection, true vulnerability and the recognition of our life within this world, can often be noticed the most when we are, in fact, small. This is represented in the concentric circles in this piece. The smallest of stones dropped within the ocean or the mighty river can often have the biggest impact. Because sometimes it's important to feel, well, small.


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.