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Acrylic on canvas, stretched and ready to hang.

Signed on the front.

Driving through the Pilbara we noticed a change in colour from the Kimberley. A darker red, signifying perhaps the iron ore content. A harsh beautiful country, which I have tried to capture with a mixed media of acrylic paint, charcoal, and graphite pencil. I have also used some natural ochre which we found on our travels. It is the ochre which seems to give the painting it's authenticity. This painting has been altered slightly since it was first posted, with more light lines being added. This is a photo of the latest version. It is quite striking in situ.

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Mainly acrylic paint. Some ochre, charcoal and graphite.

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Stretched and ready to hang

This artwork is currently stretched and ready to hang.

Meg Vivers

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