Banksia 5 | Australian Wild Flower

From AUD $40.00

In stock (can be backordered)

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Online sales will return in early July.

Craft:
Hand printed
Technique:
Technique: Hand Coloured, Linoprint
Materials:
Materials: Archival paper, Oil based inks
Gift wrapping:
Gift wrapping by Sally Caston available

I have always loved these native Australian flowers for their uniqueness.

This print is one of a growing wildflower series, please have a look at the other flowers that are listed.

The Australian Banksia is a genus of around 170 species in the plant family. They are easily recognised by their characteristic flower spikes, fruiting "cones" and heads.

Print title: Banksia 5
Print size: 160 high x120mm wide plus 20mm surrounding paper
Sold un-mounted, however, it can be delivered mounted. Please request your final frame size.

Two options are available both only editioned to 100.
1/ Hand-printed in black oil-based ink.
2/Hand-coloured and printed in blue-black oil-based inks.


 

Each print is signed and numbered by myself. Because all my images are hand-printed, there may be minor differences with each print, making each one unique. Then add the uniqueness of the hand-coloured finish, and you will have a one-of-a-kind piece of Australian art.

Sold, unframed, hand-printed linocut limited edition original print. Options to purchase in a warm white mount if required.

They are sent in a recyclable cellophane sleeve and a card-backed envelope for extra protection.

Illustration, design and linocut print by Sally Caston. ©2022
www.caston.com.au

We're out on an annual quest restoring our creative joy.

Online sales will return in early July.

We're out on an annual quest restoring our creative joy.

Online sales will return in early July.

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