2017 – Roadside Pear photographed in the natural Autumn light.
"Created in the Autumn of 2017, this Mandala is created from the gifts of a random Pear Tree standing strong on the roadside between the townships of Greenock and Kapunda here in the Barossa. My guess it was the core of an eaten pear, thrown out of the window of a travelling car once upon a time, left to rot away, or perhaps pecked on by a bird, helping a seed forge it's way into the earth and self seed into another cycle of life.
Driving past this tree always prompts me to ponder the unconditional efforts of a fruit tree, producing fruit just because it can, to be eaten or not, responding to the Season as it is".
Limited edition museum grade Giclée print. Printed by Atkins Photo Lab in Adelaide with fine art pigment inks on 310gsm archival german etching paper.
- Edition of 25 - 30cm x 30cm $250 including delivery within Australia.
Edition of 25 - 60cm x 60cm $550 including delivery within Australia
Prints are unframed with a 2cm white border around the print to allow for framing. The image shown of the framed print is for contextual reference only.
Each print is numbered and signed by Janelle.
An edition is never reprinted once sold out.
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