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2022

Canson lustre premium giclée paper (acid free archival 310 gsm)

Edition of 50

Dimensions: 80cm (H) x 60cm (W) / 31.5" (H) x 23.6" (W)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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Acorn Banksia Ltd Ed Print by Nadia Culph
Iconic Australian flora, this unusual native wildflower is a beautiful part of the natural landscape. From their serrated leaves to their spiked cones and earthy colour, Banksia flowers remain a favourite to photograph this time of year.
*Available as a 60x80 cm fine art photography print.
Unframed and un-matted, you are purchasing the print only.
Limited edition, signed and numbered on the back with a certificate of authenticity included.
Digitally printed on Canson Lustre Premium Giclée Paper in a professional photo lab ensuring brilliant image quality and colour.
Shipped in a sturdy postal tube.

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Artist Profile

Hometown: Melbourne

Based in: Melbourne

Photographic artist Nadia Culph, skilfully manipulates and controls light. Her still life images are inspired by nature's curiosities and wonders. Keeping her composition simple, Nadia creates stunning photographs that aim to bring the intricate details of nature to the fore. They are a reminder to 'stop and smell the roses', to slow down and appreciate the little things.

Living in Melbourne's leafy suburbs, Nadia takes inspiration from her local surroundings and Australia's native flora. Intrigued by unusual patterns, striking colour and bold contrasts, she uses natural light to capture the unique design of her botanical subjects. Everything from Australian flowers and spring seed pods to tropical leaves and exotic feathers.

"In the age of highly sophisticated editing programs where photographs are heavily modified and transformed, I try not to alter the image to maintain as much realism as possible, to celebrate the natural design of my subjects and pay homage to their inherent beauty. The stark black and occasional white background holds the viewer's eye on the subject without distraction and keeps the image simple and uncomplicated."

With over 25 years experience in fine art photography, including 10 years in the technical field of photographic printing, Nadia's images have made their way to homes and businesses around the globe. An experienced online seller, Bluethumb Featured Artist & Art Prize finalist and Art Lovers Australia art prize finalist. Her work has featured on House Rules High Stakes and is now available in The Block Shop.
Nadia's artworks currently hang throughout BASScare Morgan Glen Iris and are soon to be a part of the new refurbishment of Rydges Melbourne and Capella Sydney. She has worked with local interior stylists with her prints used in numerous property auctions and businesses. Nadia has also worked with international art consultants Peter Millard & Partners and The Artling on large scale projects.


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