Wiradjuri Art aboriginal art print on canvas featuring a contemporary abstract design, painted by Owen Lyons using traditional indigenous art dot painting techniques.
Ganguddy, as it known by the local Wiradjuri people, is the are near Mudgee and Kandos. It is a stunning waterway running off the Cudgegong River, and is located in the beautiful Wollemi National Park.
Of this piece Owen says:
"During my time creating this piece, I listened to a particular song a lot. The song was “Headlights” written by Eminem, and I could really relate to this song on many levels.
The song tells the story between a mother and son, and of the mum’s mental illness journey to recovery and forgiveness."
This artwork is available to purchase already printed in the following size:
- 81x55 cm
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IMPORTANT TO NOTE:
Art prints of the artworks Owen creates, are a photographic image of the original artwork which is then printed on canvas. Even with the high quality printing process utilised, there will be some slight variations and blurring in the appearance of the paint texture in prints compared to the original. This is inherent in reproductions of artworks as the depth and texture of the paint can visually change in how the image reproduces in print.
To keep the print costs lower and order timeframes shorter, all canvas art prints for purchase are unstretched and unframed. They are shown stretched/framed in the example image on the wall as a demonstration only. Canvas prints can be taken to your local framer to be stretched and framed.
If you require a pre-stretched stretched/framed print, the costs for this and the additional shipping costs are to be covered by the customer. Stretching & framing can add an additional 3-4 weeks turn around time. Please add in your order notes if you require stretching and framing.