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The Way We Were

The Way We Were

The Way We Were

Kim Donald

Regular price $110.00

The original artwork has been painted using acrylics on stretched canvas by Artist Kim Donald.  Painting is part of the ’The Drying Land’ collection.

Original - SOLD

Available in prints.

Fine Art Production produced by a master printmaker on 320gsm Sihl masterclass texture cotton.

SIZES AVAILABLE - 

The stated size is ‘image size’ with extra allowed for framing.

Small PRINT (ROLLED)
H: 40cm X L: 30cm image printed onto 320gr Sihl MC Cotton rag
Price: $ 110 each
*If required mounted, please refer to below for details. 
 
Large PRINT (ROLLED)
H: 55cm X L: 41.3cm image printed onto 320gr Sihl MC Cotton rag (ROLLED)
Price: $ 200  
 
*If required mounted, please refer to below for details.
 
OR get it printed onto CANVAS
 
Large CANVAS (ROLLED)
H: 55cm X L: 41.3cm image printed onto 400gm Sihl MC Canvas
Price: $ 280 
*If wanting canvas stretch, please contact for a quote.
 

PRINT MOUNTED DETAILS

*If you want print mounted onto foam core with a bordering 5cm Black or White Matt board please contact for a quote.  Print prices above are for ROLLED image which lessens the chance of damage in postage and allows you the opportunity to take it to your local supplier and have it mounted with matt board colours of your choice to match your décor.

If you want a different size than those stated, please contact with approximate size request and we will get back to you with a quote.

About the Artwork:  Whilst I was living in Ballarat there was a huge drought that seemed to be taking it’s toll on the region.  I created a series of paintings as part of a collection I called ‘The Drying Land’ collection which was my impression of the stages of the drought we were going through.  The artworks being titled ‘The Way We Were’ which features an indigenous elder playing a didgeridoo alongside a very lush body of water; ‘The Drying Land’ is a painting of an old man’s hands with soil passing through his fingers showing the truth of having no rain and experiencing extensive drought and the third and final piece called ‘The Dried Land’ showing a very cracked dry earth with no sign of life.  Just a dead bird and dead tree amongst a very arid landsccape.  The collection has all been SOLD however prints are available.

Regular price $110.00

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The original artwork has been painted using acrylics on stretched canvas by Artist Kim Donald.  Painting is part of the ’The Drying Land’ collection.

Original - SOLD

Available in prints.

Fine Art Production produced by a master printmaker on 320gsm Sihl masterclass texture cotton.

SIZES AVAILABLE - 

The stated size is ‘image size’ with extra allowed for framing.

Small PRINT (ROLLED)
H: 40cm X L: 30cm image printed onto 320gr Sihl MC Cotton rag
Price: $ 110 each
*If required mounted, please refer to below for details. 
 
Large PRINT (ROLLED)
H: 55cm X L: 41.3cm image printed onto 320gr Sihl MC Cotton rag (ROLLED)
Price: $ 200  
 
*If required mounted, please refer to below for details.
 
OR get it printed onto CANVAS
 
Large CANVAS (ROLLED)
H: 55cm X L: 41.3cm image printed onto 400gm Sihl MC Canvas
Price: $ 280 
*If wanting canvas stretch, please contact for a quote.
 

PRINT MOUNTED DETAILS

*If you want print mounted onto foam core with a bordering 5cm Black or White Matt board please contact for a quote.  Print prices above are for ROLLED image which lessens the chance of damage in postage and allows you the opportunity to take it to your local supplier and have it mounted with matt board colours of your choice to match your décor.

If you want a different size than those stated, please contact with approximate size request and we will get back to you with a quote.

About the Artwork:  Whilst I was living in Ballarat there was a huge drought that seemed to be taking it’s toll on the region.  I created a series of paintings as part of a collection I called ‘The Drying Land’ collection which was my impression of the stages of the drought we were going through.  The artworks being titled ‘The Way We Were’ which features an indigenous elder playing a didgeridoo alongside a very lush body of water; ‘The Drying Land’ is a painting of an old man’s hands with soil passing through his fingers showing the truth of having no rain and experiencing extensive drought and the third and final piece called ‘The Dried Land’ showing a very cracked dry earth with no sign of life.  Just a dead bird and dead tree amongst a very arid landsccape.  The collection has all been SOLD however prints are available.