"Coromandel" Fine Art Print

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"Coromandel" Fine Art Print

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High quality digital print of Original Fibre Art "Coromandel"

This unique artwork is created using layers of hand dyed merino wool fibre and details of silk fibre.  It is then captured and reproduced using the highest quality printing techniques and materials.

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Gallery quality Giclée fine art print of Original Fibre Art "Coromandel"

Printed on natural white, matte, ultra smooth, acid and lignin free, "Breathing Colour Optica One" archival paper.  Printed area is 25.3cm in diameter (9 7/8")

Sized to fit a standard A3 Frame.

UNFRAMED, initialled print is signed on the reverse.  It will come packaged in clear cellophane with detachable board backing to protect the print, and wrapped in a robust cardboard sleeve.  

This unique artwork is created using layers of hand dyed merino wool fibre and details of silk fibre.  It is then captured and reproduced using the highest quality printing techniques and materials.

The process used to create the artwork is not unlike that used to paint a conventional picture.  Layers of colour are applied and then details carefully added.  The difference being that my "paints" are wool and silk fibres and my hands are the brushes.   At first glance, this print looks like a watercolour.  Then, as you are drawn to look closer, the depth and shimmering colour become clearer and you find yourself soaking in every detail.  

"Coromandel" was inspired by a trip to one of my favourite parts of New Zealand, the incredibly beautiful Coromandel Peninsula.  It's one of those places where you climb a hill, expecting to be at the top of the world when you reach the summit - only to find an even bigger peak was hidden just beyond!  There are hills as far as the eye can see - and then the sea.  

The capture of this type of fibre art is unique to Caroline Burton Fibre Artist.