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The Yanghan people of Patagonia had a word to describe the natural beauty at the end of the world - Maia-Ku. This is an expression about your inner feelings when contemplating the amazing land, sea and sky scapes. This series explores the natural world of the inland seas, lakes, skies and mountains that surround Patagonia. Layers of texture and abstracted forms are used to convey my interpretation of this magical part of South America.


These artworks are made with colourfast paper and foil mounted on board. The artwork is mounted on an acid free front and back mount with UV acrylic glazing in and wood veneer frame supplied with hanging fixtures.

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