Acrylic, Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 61cm (H) x 152cm (W) x 3.5cm (D) / 24" (H) x 59.8" (W) x 1.4" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings
Estimated delivery for this item is between 11 March - 16 March
This item ships from Australia
Please note that this item is unframed and will be shipped flat
Shipping cost will be calculated upon checkout
About the art
Neon Oondiri By George Hall. Acrylic Paint on canvas, stretched and ready to hang.
'Neon Oondiri' is a very detailed painting with colour crossing over one another to create effect with contrasts of neon pink and neon orange. A painting to express how nature is free to do whatever it wants, without expectations. This work is specific to the colours of Uluru in the Northern Territory and how they intertwine creating a dance of their own. It is not intended to be too literal and so allows you to see whatever you can find.
The artwork is unframed.
Tasmanian Oak Floating Frame available, please contact The Artling for pricing.
(2 weeks required for framing)
152 x 61 x 3.5cm
An archival canvas and paints, and has UV protected vanish, so will not fade in direct sunlight.
Stretched and ready to hang.
Signed with a certificate of authenticity.
If this painting is not the required size, I can do another version to your size specifications as a commission. So please contact The Artling.
George Hall is a Sydney based artist, working from in a studio in the centre of Kings Cross.
Based in: Sydney
George is a multi-media artist based in Sydney, Australia with paintings and mixed-media works represented in private and public collections globally.
Trained in formal figurative practices and techniques, honed over three decades in international textile and fashion design, George now paints seven days a week, loves turning mistakes into ideas, and …
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