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Art needs to sit proudly on your wall, and when can’t bash huge nails in you need to consider the mounted print. Super tough, super light, incredibly professional.
Art comes in many shapes and sizes, and our mounted prints are built to fit each of them. The final dimensions will depend on the image you choose, but to give you an idea here are the most common photographic sizes:
Oldina Forest, Tasmania.
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Aah Bella, this is pure magic…abstract impressionism at it’s very best!
Thanks darlin girl :)
– Rhana Griffin
This looks like many things all at the same time. Like one of those flashing subliminal TV messages throwing a hundred different images a second. Yes, with title I can see trunks and autumn foilage but it also looks like objects being pulled skywards or a close up pearing through Gandalf the grey’s hair.
Stuart… I so want some of what you are on ;)
WHAT AN AMAZING piece…! I feel as if I am running wildly through a forest and this is a split second capture of what my eyeball is taking in… Sensational work! So graphic and illustrative as well.. Totally love this Rhana!
Thanks for the wonderful feedback Paul, I love hearing how my images make people feel.
Oh wow, stunning work. I love the soft tones, and the sense of movement. This is almost like an Impressionist painting.
Thanks E. The impressionist thing was what I was going for in this one :)
Beautiful. Love the abstract feel to it.
Many thanks Dave :)
Fabulous image Rhana, whatever you did has worked a treat :-)
Thanks Matt :) This effect has been achieved in camera with low ISO settings, slightly longer exposure and movement at the time of shutter release.
Beautiful Impressionist photography Rhana, it is lovely!
Thankyou Sharon :)
Very very nice…love it!
Hey thanks Woody!
Made my eyes squiffy …but entrancing !
Squiffy? That is a very cool word Cas ;)
Wow looks like a painting! Love oldina!
Thanks Odd! Oldina Forest is one of our favourite places, we go there at least once a month