When it’s wet season in the Territory the waterholes, rivers and creeks overflow and create islands. We would always jump in the car to go for a drive to find a swimming hole. There was one main spot we would go that was just out of town, it was a floodway on the road, about knee deep. We went to this spot cause there was always fish and crabs that we would catch with our bare hands.
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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I absolutely love this artwork, I even got the phone cover aswell. Thank you for your quality artwork and products, they're so beautiful.
Absolutely in love with this piece! Have had so many compliments on it already. Thankyou!
You are soooooooo welcome, Bess :) I am so lucky to have such supportive and loyal customers like yourself xx
Love!! Such high quality, one of the best quality prints I have ever bought. It completes this corner of my living room perfectly 💜
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Great quality, and it looks amazing!! It arrived on schedule. Very happy.
Thank you for sharing Bec ❤