REDUCTION LINO PRINTS 2

All these fine art handmade prints are printed using oil-based inks on acid-free Fabriano Tiepolo paper


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Hakea lorea
Hakea lorea (or Long Leaf Corkwood) grows in arid inland areas of Australia.
Image size 33 x 25cm, reduction lino, edition 16

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Hidden Hakea
Flowers from a plant which hides its beauty within its shell-like leaves.
Images size 36 x 50cm, reduction lino, edition 14

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Hovea chorizemifolia
A member of the the pea family with purple flowers which grows in the Jarrah forests of Western Australia.
Image size 58 x 28cm, reduction lino, edition 16

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Illyarrie
Straggly, open mallee from the northern wheat belt areas of Western Australia. Pods have red caps and bright yellow flowers.
Image size 36 x 50cm, reduction lino, edition 16


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Lilies at Eradu
The Twining Fringe Lily seen at a local spring hotspot for wildflowers.
Image size 33 x 25cm, reduction lino, edition 11

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Kennedia coccinea
Also called Running Postman, this pea creeper is found in the forests of SW Western Australia
Image size 36 x 50cm, reduction lino, edition 13

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Mulla Mulla
The members of the Ptilotus family of flowers create carpets of colour over many interior parts of Australia in the flowering season.
Image size 56 x 28cm, reduction lino, edition 14 -
only two prints left in this edition

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Orange Grevillea
This shrub from the inland wheat belt of WA has bright orange flowers and is a wonderful bird-attracting plant.
Image size 50 x 35cm, reduction lino, edition 13

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Pear-Fruited Mallee
Eucalyptus pyriformis with its huge pink blossoms. Image size 29 x 68cm, reduction lino, edition 15

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Rose of the West 1
Eucalyptus macrocarpa or Mottlecah has the broadest fruit in the genus of Eucalyptus, some having been recorded up to 9cm across.
The stunning blue-grey foliage makes it a most attractive ornamental tree.
Image size 35 x 50cm, reduction lino, edition 16

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Rose of the West II
Another view of this stunning plant, Eucalyptus macrocarpa.
This image was used by Alcoa World Alumina as the cover piece for the 7th International Alumina Quality Workshop in 2005 in Perth, Western Australia. Image size 36 x 50cm, reduction lino, edition 14

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Scattered
The debris that falls on to the ground from the plants above is a treasure trove of fascinating colours, shapes and textures.
Image size 25 x 33cm, reduction lino with hand colour, edition 12

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Wax Flower
A wax flower which grows prolifically in the northern wheat belt of WA. It makes a glorious show in the flowering season.
Image size 33 x 25cm, reduction lino, edition 11

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West of Ravensthorpe
Farming country along the SW coast of Western Australia. This reduction lino uses a techniques of eating away the lino with caustic soda. Image size 15 x 25cm, 2 left in the edition.

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Wild Orange - Capparis mitchellii
A shrub found mostly in arid areas of Australia although it is a relict species from warmer, moister climate and vegetation. Being from the caper family, the fruit is edible with sweet smelling orange pulp. Image size 50 x 36cm, reduction lino, edition 10

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Woody Pear
The sandplain Woody Pear (Xylomelum angustifolium) is one of two species of Xylomelum found only in SW Australia. It has profuse creamy blossoms which produce large woody seed pods;
each one carries a large winged seed which is expelled when the pod opens, often after a bush fire. Image size 35 x 50cm, reduction lino, edition 15