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This is a print I did in 2014 following a week spent in the Flinders Ranges north of Adelaide. These ranges are geologically very old and the rugged, weathered peaks and rocky gorges  form some of the most dramatic and beautiful landscapes in the country. It's a place rich in Aboriginal history and home to a vast array of wildlife. This is a view of the Rawnsley Bluff seen from a walk that takes you to Arkaroo Rock a a significant cultural site for the Adnyamathanha people of the Flinders Ranges .

The Beauty of this spot inspired me to create the image and just through the use of just black and white I was aiming to capture some of the drama and ruggedness of this landscape. It is one of my favorite prints.

The image is 30cms x 20cms, quite a large image for me, maybe a subconscious response to the grandeur of the Ranges. It was hand printed using water based block printing ink in a limited edition of six on Stonehenge paper.

In 2015 it was a finalist in the Silk Cut awards Open section and exhibited in Victoria.

This print is available for purchase from my online gallery. Click here


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