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Painting: Acrylic on Canvas.
FEELS LIKE HOME - Silver Banksia
By HSIN LIN
70 x 50 X 1.5 cm
Acrylic on Acid free Gesso primed Canvas
Ready to hang
Side panel painted: Black
Metallic Gold paint are used . It actually shines beautifully when you look at the physical painting.
Affirmation - You have nothing to lose, you have nothing to be afraid of , this is the place where you start.
Banksia marginata, also known as Silver Banksia, Australian evergreen shrubs of the protea family.
Its natural occurrence is throughout from South Australia, Victoria and eastern New South Wales and Tasmania. Some forms have a lignotuber, which is a woody swelling at the stem base that regenerates after fire.
All banksias produce copious nectar and are ideal for attracting wildlife into gardens. Seeds are also eaten by cockatoos, particularly the Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo.
-WILD BOTANICAL ABSTRACT SERIES 2019 by H.Lin-
Artwork inspired by nature at Royal Botanic Garden , Cranbourne, Autumn, 2019. -HSIN LIN
I am HSIN LIN , Full Time Artist based in Melbourne Australia , obsessed with the beauty of flowers .
From where I live in Bayswater, there is a big field of forest nearby.
My creating process normally start from a short walk into the woods, touching the texture of the barks, feeling the sunlight reflecting on the leaves and grasses .
I then collect whatever I found during the walk as inspiration.
Sometimes would be the gum tree, oak tree, pine tree leaves, or bird feathers; in autumn I have acorns, and wattles in winter. There's only one rule for my collecting process, never take from the living tree/life.
I collect what had fallen only, and those are the gift from the nature of the day for me.
This painting is painted after my visiting of Royal Botanic Garden in Cranbourne recently, as Banksia has a special place in my heart. A brave, evergreen native tree with the humbled strength.
Hope you enjoy the colourful world of my original art too.
Enjoy the making of this artwork please visit :
-6th- 27th Oct 2019 Allan & Peg Lowe Prize Annual Exhibition @ The Hut Gallery