This is my creative interpretation of the unique form of the Leucadendron. Originating in South Africa this genus of small shrubs and trees with the flowers produced at the end of branch tips. Popular in Australia for their drought tolerance and resilience in arid conditions their branches and flower tips with variegated colour make striking forms for cut flower arrangements.
This artwork has been created from an original illustration by myself Nicole Taylor-Stone. The drawing is then transferred to the reverse side of the paper and carefully hand cut from the single paper sheet by surgical blades. The remaining paper creates the black graphical image.
This item is available framed between two layers of glass in a floating style untreated natural finish pine frame. This framing style allows for the piece to be hung on a wall or free standing on a table surface, allowing light to pass through the design to express its detail and view the makers process.
As each artwork is created entirely by hand each design and I endeavour to repeat the design as close as possible will never be identical and may differ slightly from each other as well as the images provided. You will receive this design in concept and each piece is assured to be completely unique for you!
Size: Original papercut size: 270mm height x 210mm width Finished frame size: 309 height x 260mm width x 38mm depth Hanging fixing: 40mm x 6mm x 4mm (approx.)
Materials: 160gsm Mi-Teintes black cotton rag paper glass Untreated natural finish pine frame