'Under the Boardwalk'

Acrylics on paper, 122cm x 48cm,

Available as a limited edition print the same size as the original painting.                                   Copyright Debra Liel-Brown

'Tea Gardens'

Acrylics on paper,  100cm x 73cm,

Available as a limited edition print the same size as the original painting.

 

Scroll down to see all 8 paintings.

 

Above -  'The Orchard'

Acrylics on paper, 92cm x 65cm, 

Original sold. Limited edition prints available.

 

Above - 'Bird Sanctuary'

Acrylics on paper, 100 x 72cm,

Original sold. Available as a limited edition print.

 

Above - 'Wollombi Moon'

Acrylics on paper, 100 x 72cm,

Original painting and prints available.

Right  - Details from 'Wollombi Moon'

 

Above - 'Cessnock Backyard'

Acrylics on paper, 60 x 50cm,

Original painting and prints available.

 

Above - 'Brumbies'

Acrylics on paper with bas-relief sculpture in raised paint, 125cm x 55cm.

Original painting sold. Prints available.

 

 

Above - 'The Mist Rolls In'

Acrylics on paper, 102cm x 73cm,

Original painting and prints available.

 

Above - 'Breeze'

Acrylics on paper,100cm x 73cm,

Original and prints available.

 

Above - 'Bird Watching'

Acrylics on paper, 86cm x 65cm.

Original painting and prints available.

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Original Paintings 
Originals are in acrylics and take approximately 4 months to complete. The average price for a framed original is $6,000 - $7,000.
 

Museum Quality Archival Giclee Prints 

 

There are only 25 prints in each edition and they are the same size as the original painting.

 

The average price for a print (the same size as the original painting) is $1,050 - print only, in a roll - no framing.

 

The average price for a framed print is $1,500.

 

 

Giclee Prints, (pronounced Gee-clay) are the highest quality print for fine art reproduction. A Giclee print uses acid-free paper (360gsm Photo Rag) and lightfast pigments, ensuring the colours will remain vibrant. They are as close to the original as is possible, not only in colour, but also texture, showing individual brush strokes and raised lumps of paint. The original painting is scanned. Scanning picks up details that photography cannot record. Then, colours are matched to the original. When the artist and printer are satisfied,  an 'artist's proof' is made to the same size as the original painting. The artist's signature is removed from the print image and the artist signs and numbers each print on the white border below the image.