Murial Hopper Art Award Finalist - SOLD - however Giclee prints available
The Fiordland crested penguin is one of the rarest of New Zealand’s penguins and is critically threatened. I wanted to show this threat by using the visual metaphor of tsunami waves threatening the birds. The Washi umbrella is symbolic of how fragile and unprotected these birds are from the incoming destruction.
The original is unframed.
Premium Artist Oil paint is used to ensure that the colours are clean, bright and light-steadfast. The paints A and AA ratings aid in the longevity of the paints, and will last well over 75 years. The canvas is made from 100% cotton with a tight, even weave and is coated with a quality gesso primer. As many as 12 layers of transparent glazes are applied to the paintings to achieve the colour and light displayed in each work.
Measures 91cm x 61cm x 3.5cm deep. Ready to hang.
Photographs are an indication of what the artworks could look like in a room and are not the exact ratio. Other items in the photograph are not included.
All copyright is retained by the artist, and the artwork cannot be reproduced without written consent from the artist.