FINALIST ARTLOVERS AUSTRALIA ART PRIZE 2022
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"What is the significance behind drawing Tower number 28?" I was asked.
"It's the closest tower to home which means I didn't have to pay for parking!" came my reply.
I could tell you this drawing of the iconic Kurrawa Surf Lifesaving Tower is full of cultural meaning, full of Gold Coast history or just full of sand induced wedgies but really I drew it because...well who doesn't love a snapshot of the beach!
Made using rich, high carbon and graphite pencils. I think these work nicely to capture that sticky, sandy air feeling.
- Original artwork
- Medium: Carbon rich graphite on white watercolour paper
- Size: 760 x 560mm
- Weight: 300gsm (heavyweight paper)
- Made using professional artist grade supplies guaranteeing this piece will last for many years to come
- Certificate of Authenticity and maintenance information included with delivery
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