Claire Hansen

Storm Bay - limited edition

from 36.00
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Storm Bay - limited edition

from 36.00

Between Bruny Island and Tasman Peninsular is a body of water called Storm Bay. It was named by Abel Tasman in 1642 when he circumnavigated the island and was blown into a sheltered harbour which was to become known as the River Derwent. If you head towards Nubeena from Koonya there is a dirt road called “Old Roaring Beach Road” that will take you to one the many point breaks around the Peninsular. An epic surf beach with rolling sand dunes and a lagoon. Its a great spot for finding sea eagles and adventure.

I grew up on the Peninsular, attended the local school and my family has swum at the beaches along the old road for generations. This painting celebrates those moments when gunmetal grey clouds fill the sky, are reflected onto the water and yet the Sun has found its way through them to kiss the earth in an explosion of colour and joy.

This is a limited edition print made onto rich heavy and textured cotton rag paper (limited to 100)

Large measures 13" x 19" (A3Plus) and Small measures 8.27" x 11.29" (A4). Each print is made from a high resolution image of the original painting and the image is as large as will fit comfortably with a border for framing.

We provide free postage within Australia and New Zealand. We always endeavour to use 100% post consumer waste recycled paper and cardboard in our packaging.

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Between Bruny Island and Tasman Peninsular is a body of water called Storm Bay. It was named by Abel Tasman in 1642 when he circumnavigated the island and was blown into a sheltered harbour which was to become known as the River Derwent. If you head towards Nubeena from Koonya there is a dirt road called “Old Roaring Beach Road” that will take you to one the many point breaks around the Peninsular. An epic surf beach with rolling sand dunes and a lagoon. Its a great spot for finding sea eagles and adventure.

I grew up on the Peninsular, attended the local school and my family has swum at the beaches along the old road for generations. This painting celebrates those moments when gunmetal grey clouds fill the sky, are reflected onto the water and yet the Sun has found its way through them to kiss the earth in an explosion of colour and joy.

This is a limited edition print made onto rich heavy and textured cotton rag paper (limited to 100)

Large measures 13" x 19" (A3Plus) and Small measures 8.27" x 11.29" (A4). Each print is made from a high resolution image of the original painting and the image is as large as will fit comfortably with a border for framing.

We provide free postage within Australia and New Zealand. We always endeavour to use 100% post consumer waste recycled paper and cardboard in our packaging.