Land & People
This painting is about Land and People, how we are connected to it, how we protect it and how it looks after us. It shows the beauty of our Traditional land, the effortlessly changing environment and its importance, our land holds our lore, food, family and stories.
All prints are giclée fine art grade printed on either textured cotton rag (paper) or poly-cotton canvas (stretched ready to hang), only the best HDX archival inks are used, guaranteed to last over 100 years. Cotton rag prints have a 35mm white border on each face, the size listed is the overall dimension including the border.
Custom made frames are also available using sustainably sourced FSC certified Tasman oak or painted pine sourced from Malaysia or Indonesia. Each frame is hand made specifically for each piece. Canvas prints receive a floating frame while the paper prints are wrapped in a shadow box frame. For more information on frames visit the Left Bank Art Group framing page.
Certificates of authenticity are provided with all nardurna prints, generally attached to a frame or in the shipping tube for unframed paper prints.
Prints are made to order, please allow 3-4 weeks for your item to arrive.
All artwork is sold with free shipping Australia wide.
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Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Really happy with both the artwork and the quality of the print
So happy with this beautiful print. It is better than we could have anticipated. Thank you!
Absolutely in love. The quality is amazing and the piece is even more beautiful in real life than it is online!
I am so thrilled you are LOVING your Land and People print, Ashleigh :) It looks amazing in your space x
absolutely gorgeous and lovely quality
Thank you for your review :)
I love the colours and the texture of this piece. I was skeptical how the texture would translate in a print but can attest it looks fantastic!
Service was wonderful, postage quick and the print was lovingly packaged and presented.
I'm incredibly happy with my purchase!
So glad you mentioned the translation of the texture to the print, I still often touch prints expecting to feel the bumps in the paint :D I'm so happy you love your nardunra, Ryhia xx
P.S Thank you for including the picture ❤