The eucalyptus is believed to create movement and displacement of negative energy. The paper is impressed with lines accentuated with a subtle reference to aboriginal art marks.
This is one of a series of works exploring the quintessential Australian Eucalyptus or gum tree. This tree has also been a part of the Aotearoa New Zealand landscape since the early European settlers. Recent discoveries of fossils of the trees here suggest they have been part of our landscape for thousands of years earlier than we had realised. The Eucalyptus is used medicinally and is considered of great emotional and spiritual significance to the Aboriginal people. In many ways, they cause a similar response to both nations as the Pohutukawa does
Open Edition Art Print
Printing: Giclée Archival Ink Print
Paper: Mid weight acid free art paper
Finish: Available in multiple sizes
Printed on gallery quality acid free art paper using archival pigment inks you will enjoy this art print for many years to come