Infinite Journeys - fine art print
Story behind Infinite Journeys
“Infinite Journeys” was inspired by the Aboriginal countries I have been fortunate to have crossed, from the ocean to the bush to the ocean and back again. The piece utilises nature's elements to convey messages on empowerment and inspiration.
The water, with its ceaseless motion, embodies change and transformation, reminding us of life's fluidity and adaptability. It glistens and ripples, inviting us to embrace the ever-shifting tides of existence.
The land beneath our feet, with its ancient roots, evokes a sense of belonging and connection. Each step we take is a continuation of a journey trodden by others before us, and a prelude to those who will follow. It stands as a testament to the enduring thread that binds us through time.
Amidst this landscape, the towering trees symbolise growth, not just in the natural world, but within ourselves. They reach skyward, a testament to our personal aspirations and unwavering pursuit of purpose. Their leaves rustle in the wind, whispering secrets of resilience and potential.
As the sun graces the horizon with its radiant ascent, it heralds new beginnings. Each day a fresh start, offering us an opportunity for renewal and rebirth. And as day turns to dusk, the sunset provides a moment of pause and reflection. It invites us to look inward, to contemplate our journey thus far, and extract insight from the day's encounters.
Above, the stars twinkle like beacons of courage in the night sky. They remind us to set our sights high, to aim for the seemingly unreachable, rather than be tethered by our fears. They are a celestial chorus, urging us to take bold steps towards our dreams.
Together, these elements act as a reminder that within us lies the potential for endless transformation and growth.
About Marrawuy Journeys' Fine Art Print Process
Marrawuy Journeys' process of creating high-quality fine art prints begins with the original artwork being scanned, not photographed. Marrawuy Journeys' scanned artworks are ~139 megapixels, creating exception resolution.
Using the high-quality image generated in the previous step, Marrawuy Journeys images are printed locally in Canberra on Canson Platine Fibre Rag 310gsm archival paper using pigment inks.
Each Marrawuy Journeys fine art print comes with the story behind the original artwork and instructions for caring for your print.
Limited edition prints are personally signed by the artist and editioned accordingly.
Estimated turnaround times: for A sizes are as follows (add 3-5 days for limited edition printing):
10-14 business days if shipped using regular post
5-7 business days if local pick-up is selected