For thousands of years Aboriginal people have regularly carried out controlled burn offs during the cooler months to prevent larger fires in the hotter seasons. Catastrophes were avoided by reducing dry fuel and creating natural firebreaks – in turn protecting the environment and encouraging regeneration for vital food sources for both animals and people. This painting represents new growth from the scarred earth.
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Giclee Fine Art Print - Material
Our Archival Pigment Prints are printed on 310 gsm Cotton Rag Paper which contain no optical brightening agents to ensure maximum longevity and museum standards of fade resistance.
The process is digital, and the printer technology is inkjet. The inks are resin-encapsulated pigmented inks, which (when displayed or stored correctly) produce prints that can last up to 200 years before visible fading can be seen.
Our high quality Giclee prints are the truest representation of the original work.
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