"when it is dark enough you can see the stars"- Grey Breasted Silvereye and King Protea.
Printed in South Australia on 300 gsm sovereign paper, Image size is 14x14cm
FRAMED IMAGES PICKED ESPECIALLY FOR YOU BY US! AN EVER CHANGING RANGE TO ADD TO YOUR HOME, OFFICE OR GIVE AS A GIFT.
THIS IMAGE IS BY AUSTRALIAN ARTIST DANA KINTER, WELL-KNOWN FOR HER COLLABORATIONS WITH AUSTRALIAN COMPANIES GORMAN CLOTHING & ADAIRS. IT'S IN A BEECH COLOURED FAUX TIMBER FRAME, WHICH CAN STAND OR BE HUNG. IT'S 17 X 17cm and 2cm deep.
HOMEBRAND STOCK MADE IN HOUSE BY KIRSTY & FANY WHOOPEE.
Dana Kinter is an artist living and making in the Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia. Drawing from the natural environment surrounding her home and an Encyclopedia of Australian Birds handed down by her Grandmother, Dana has created a signature style that embraces Australia’s native flora and fauna.
Dana employs a subdued colour palette with emphasis on the natural characteristics of her materials. Dana uses pencil acrylic on timber in her paintings, preferring to work on a series of woodblocks at once, aided by foraged treasures and views from her backyard studio. Recently, Dana has returned to working with ceramics, carving and painting feathered friends with a distinctive focus on colour, line and form, onto hand built homewares that serve as a base for her artworks.
Following the 2017 collection, Dana has paired with Australian fashion label Gorman for their 2019 collaboration celebration displayed at Heide Museum of Modern Art.