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Victoria Rolinski, A NEW DAY DAWNS. Oil on canvas, 90 x 180cm.
The Other Art Fair, Sydney & Melbourne
A finely observed seascape, you can almost feel the breeze that bends the beach grass and incites the attitude of the gulls. The beguiling factor is that the form and direction of the curling waves indicate the lie of the beach beyond the point of the dunes. This large composition would be spectacular in a lounge or dining room.
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KAB Gallery, Terrigal
This enchanting artwork transports viewers to an amazing seaside vacation. The movement of the waves and seagulls brings this scene to life, while the beautifully detail provides ample opportunities to become lost within the work. The gorgeous ocean colours are inviting and ooze a feeling of calm and relaxation. This versatile subject makes the painting easily enjoyed in a workspace, living room or bedroom. The scale of the work would also suit open hallways and entrances.
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