What's coming in April? An AbF update.

In the coming weeks of April we are expecting another BIG delivery! 
Some of our favourites are returning, like "Medicine Leaves" on 5mm acrylic by Chern'ee Sutton, in 60cm x 90cm & 80cm x 120cm, as well as some PVC counterparts. 
We also have some BIG acrylics due in, to compliment our already large gloss canvas range, with paintings such as Birthing Tree, Min Min Lights, Kangaroo Dreaming and Red Cockatoo all being reproduced in 180cm x 120cm variants. We will have limited stock of these in an acrylic finish so get in fast to avoid disappointment. 
Fresh, Salt Water Dreaming by Chern'ee Sutton, a 3 panel painting, will be debuting in a PVC finish. This set of 3 prints at 60cm x 120cm in PVC will RRP at $810 ($270 each). 
Local photography will finally be making an appearance in our 5mm acrylic range, with shots by Dave Birch & John Nieddu featuring. Featuring predominantly South Australian locations, these are your go to if you want a "new-age" style print on acrylic, with a slice of local photography included.
Mannum Falls by Dave Birch
Our Indigenous reproduction range featuring Chern'ee & Brooke Sutton and local photography reproduced on 5mm acrylic are products you won't find anywhere else, and are bound to spark some life to your walls.
When you are shopping these ranges you are adding a point of difference to your home you won't find elsewhere, whilst also supporting the artists with royalties paid each sale. 
 Songlines in Blue Sasha Hill 
There are now alternative options in the Australian print market. You no longer need to settle for cheap quality canvases for your walls.
Stay a step-ahead of the Australian market by shopping our 5mm high gloss acrylic, PVC & gloss canvas ranges.
Premium products at an affordable price. 
Sleepy Lizard by Chern'ee Sutton
See the rest of the collection when they arrive, online & in-store,
expected mid April. 
Feel free to email me with any enquiries, or send us a message on Facebook
Until next time.
Jed Farquhar. 

1 comment

  • can’t wait for some of the new aboriginal paintings on acrylic!! sounds good :)


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