Paintings by Claire

Night Twins - limited edition

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Night Twins - limited edition

from 36.00

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In a ghost forest two sets of twins  (one is Sarcophilus Harrisii) meet amid harsh and noxious cacti. A brush tail possum looks on from a nearby ghost gum.  This painting is the first in a new series about loss of wild spaces. 

Here in Tasmania there are remnants of the old growth forests, places where trees as old as 20 thousand years have their roots intertwined and interdependent. Despite their intrinsic, and incalculable value to the earth, animals, plant life and humans, despite their ability to provide rich economic growth to Tasmania through leather wood honey production and tourism; there are politically strong and highly motivated interests who seek to destroy these remnant wild spaces. 

The two twins represent our feelings about the environment; one sad and defeated, the other hopeful and ready to stand up. This painting shows how together we are strong enough to protect and defend our wild spaces, one battle at a time.

This is a limited edition print made onto rich heavy and textured cotton rag paper (limited to 80)

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.

Bless you dear kind people who like my art and find solace in dreaming. Through our dreams we will recreate our worlds to include more peace, connection and sweetness. Thank you for your interest in my art!  :D

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

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Please watch my unboxing video here :D

In a ghost forest two sets of twins  (one is Sarcophilus Harrisii) meet amid harsh and noxious cacti. A brush tail possum looks on from a nearby ghost gum.  This painting is the first in a new series about loss of wild spaces. 

Here in Tasmania there are remnants of the old growth forests, places where trees as old as 20 thousand years have their roots intertwined and interdependent. Despite their intrinsic, and incalculable value to the earth, animals, plant life and humans, despite their ability to provide rich economic growth to Tasmania through leather wood honey production and tourism; there are politically strong and highly motivated interests who seek to destroy these remnant wild spaces. 

The two twins represent our feelings about the environment; one sad and defeated, the other hopeful and ready to stand up. This painting shows how together we are strong enough to protect and defend our wild spaces, one battle at a time.

This is a limited edition print made onto rich heavy and textured cotton rag paper (limited to 80)

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.

Bless you dear kind people who like my art and find solace in dreaming. Through our dreams we will recreate our worlds to include more peace, connection and sweetness. Thank you for your interest in my art!  :D

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