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Artist: Sarrita King
Title: Waterholes - Dry Season
Medium: Archival inks on 320gm cotton rag paper or canvas
Size: 3 preselected sizes or contact us for a custom size
Editions: 80x150cm | Edition of 10
60x112cm | Edition of 20
40x75cm | Edition of 40
Framing: All prints are unframed
Sarrita remembers travelling around Alice Springs and Katherine. The scarcity of drinking water in certain regions means specific knowledge of where these waterholes are located, as well as their preservation methods, is paramount to survival. Today, Aborigines speak of where waterholes once were as many of them have dried up due to drought or diminished maintenance. When Sarrita traveled to see the waterholes with her father she saw many of them dried up and this is what she paints. Represented by the concentric circles, the waterholes are fed by underground streams pushing through land and rock. Sarrita shows these streams by ribbons of wavy lines intricately entwined across the canvas.
Original Artwork Available
Material Details | Cotton Rag Art Paper
- Paper Ageing Resistance certified ISO 9706 (FograCert 28681)
- Sihl Masterclass 320gsm Textured is our flagship 100% cotton rag - French made Cold Press style textured art paper - Acid and Lignen free - Most popular with artists.
- This Cotton Rag has a high archival rating and is printed with 12 colour Canon Lucia EX pigment Inks and will last over 100 years without fading if displayed correctly.