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Scarness Acrylic Print featuring the photograph A Warm Wind Blows by Michael Lees

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A Warm Wind Blows Acrylic Print

Michael Lees

by Michael Lees


Product Details

A Warm Wind Blows acrylic print by Michael Lees.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

This work features the Scarness jetty, in Hervey Bay, Queensland. Its deceptively simple composition hides a much more complex and interesting... more

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Artist's Description

This work features the Scarness jetty, in Hervey Bay, Queensland. Its deceptively simple composition hides a much more complex and interesting structure. We see the decking of the jetty, which then gives way to the majestic sailing boats in the background. Using symmetry and the blur of movement to highlight the difference between the two worlds of the land and the sea.

Our eyes are led down a very tight and prescribed route. Like a story, we must start at the beginning and finish at the end. The rails of the jetty serve to mark our boundary and just like if we were there, we can not cross that boundary. Our eyes walk into the image. Moving further and further up, following the light until we reach the end of the jetty. From there we must stop for a moment. We must pause. The white of the cloud acts to underline our destination, the boats dancing across the ocean. Their sails billowing in the breeze. The wind pushing them forward. Our previous constrained perspective is opened...

About Michael Lees

Michael Lees

Hey there, I'm Michael Lees, and I'm thrilled to share a glimpse into my world of visual artistry. Queensland, Australia, is where I call home, and it's where my passion for creativity was sparked and nurtured. My artistic journey has been a whirlwind of exploration and discovery, drawing inspiration from the eclectic mix of cultures, landscapes, people and emotions that define this vibrant country. From the bustling streets to the serene beauty of natural wonders, there's never a shortage of inspiration to fuel my imagination. What sets my work apart is its refusal to be confined by convention. I thrive on pushing boundaries, blending different styles and techniques to create something truly unique. Whether it's experimenting with bold...



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