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2011 April Art House Post

2011 April Art House Post

With the Australian dollar sitting historically high at $1.04, there is a very high probability that the majority of our subscribers will be heading off to Bali for a bit or R&R within the next few months. Our framing service has seen an increasing number of Bali paintings brought in for re-stretching. Most of these paintings have been painted on calico and not canvas, which results in the painting not re-stretching well, nor are they likely to survive for more than a couple of years.  We've developed some tips for potential buyers to help in choosing a good quality painting on canvas and avoiding calico. If you are interested the tips are in the last paragraph of this newsletter.

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Wandjina EtchingWe have recently acquired some additional Wandjina etchings. All of them are of high quality with one in particular having  extremely unique and collectible qualities. The collaborative Wandjina etching is from 2005 and is a collaboration between 14 of the Mowanjum artists including Donny Woolagoodja and Mabel King (dec). The etching which has been signed by each of the 14 artists , is a double plate etching which replicates the layering of traditional Kimberley rock art. Subscribers of our newsletters are eligible to receive a 10% discount on any of the Wandjina etchings simply by entering Wandjina in the discount code field during check out.
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