Aboriginal Art Painting Bush Flowers Landscape Art Large Canvas Jane Crawford
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Aboriginal Art Painting Bush Flowers Landscape Art Large Canvas Jane Crawford:
***PLEASE READ TERMS OF PURCHASE*** MADE TO ORDER****
YES YOU CAN CHANGE COLOURS
TEXTURED WORK OF ART DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIAN ARTIST JANE CRAWFORD
eta 30-40 days (60 day money back)
***commission painting direct from Artist , other sizes can be made please enquire or colours changed.
art size: 110cmx 110cm -extra 10cm black painted edges
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TITLE:Bush Flowers© Jane Crawford
OIL ON CANVAS PAINTING SENT UNFRAMED
WHEN FRAMED SIZE TOTAL: 110cm x110cm - 43" x 43"
plus extra 10cm black edges and sides
***PLEASE READ TERMS***:THISPAINTING ISMADE TO ORDER.YOU WILL RECEIVE A PHOTO OF YOUR PAINTING EXACTLY LIKE THIS VIA EMAIL WITHIN 18 DAYSAND AFTER EXTENSIVE DRYINGTHE WHOLE PROCESS TAKESAN AVERAGE30-40 DAYS . PLEASE READ MY 100% responseS FOR ASSURANCE.I AM EASILY CONTACTABLE DURING THIS TIME AND I CAN GUARANTEE QUALITY AND COLOURSAS GOOD AS PICTURED IN sale. ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER MADE .HAPPY offerDING TO ALL, ,CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDS FOR NOW,JANE :)
CANVAS'S ACTUALLY MUCH LARGER TOACCOMMODATEYOUR FRAME
DIRECT FROM AWARD WINNING ARTIST SELLING TO INTERNATIONAL BUYERS ALSO
ORIGINAL CREATIVE DESIGN WILL BE A TALKING POINT AND ENLIGHTEN YOUR ROOM
A GREAT INVESTMENT FOR YOUR MONEY. SO WIDE WE HAD TROUBLE GETTING IT IN THE PHOTOGRAPH !
SIGNED: JANE CRAWFORD,ABORIGINAL ARTIST AUSTRALIA
BUYER WILL BE VERY HAPPY.
Jane Crawford Intro: Jane grew up with her adoptive family in Mount Isa ,Queensland. Her real mother Pam is a well known aboriginal artist in the Northern Territory and it was not until an arranged meeting in 1986 that things suddenly changed for Jane. Already having obtained a bachelor of arts at the University of Queensland and working on a number of inner city projects Jane settled back with her mother for a year. Absorbing all the traditional methods of indigenous paintings combining with her own style Jane began to create and sell artworks in galleries around Darwin and Alice in the late 80s early 90s. JCs art was first showcased in the aboriginal art gallery during the Brisbane Expo in 1988 and since has sold to galleries worldwide. In 1995 Jane had an illness which made it too hard to paint and only in the last couple of years she has returned to the thing she likes best. Good Luck on offerding. We appreciate any positive response and well do the same for you. Be assured that you are buying a quality item from us.