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ART // New Indigenous Prints Available Instore

Mina Mina Jukurrpa VII Neutral  by Judy Napangardi Watson (above)

 

Some brand new prints have arrived in store at both Zebra Finch Marketown and Zebra Finch Kotara. Although they are only available for purchase instore, we thought that they are worth showing off. You will find them in our front window displays at both our stores, however we have a huge collection available at the moment (but not enough walls to display them!) so please reach out and we will email you the catalogue of our available stock.

We have artworks from a number of different Indigenous artists from all over Australia and each artwork has a a beautiful story attached and deeper meaning. These are special pieces of art which we feel very privileged to stock in our store.

These artworks are done in collaboration with a number of different artists and for every artwork sold, a percentage of the sale goes directly back to the artist.

We have a range of 160 x 120cm canvas, oak framed prints available as well as some smaller glass framed prints with mats. These artworks are such statement pieces for your space. They look incredible in person and the colour is simply eye catching. If the frame colour or size isn't right for your space, they are available to order. 

These prints are proudly Australian made. Each stretched canvas is professionally printed on a polycotton artist canvas, using archival inks which is then stretched.

Please reach out to us an email at zebrafinchstyle@hotmail.com and we will send you our full catalogue.

We do have stock on hand, but don't stress - if they sell out, the prints are available to order. Don't forget - we also do six week laybys.

 

Lupul Jukurrpa Red by Helen Nungarrayi Reed

 

Indigenous framed artwork hanging over a bed
Ngapa Jukurrpa II by Priscilla Nangala Robertson
 
Indigenous artwork hanging above lounge

Dharrang by Amanda Hinklemann

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