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Dreaming of Dunes

Dreaming of Dunes

Regular price $898.00 AUD
Regular price Sale price $898.00 AUD
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Dreaming of Dunes is an original work in the Sentimental Sandscapes Collection, capturing a childhood spent in the far corners of South Australia’s Limestone Coast. 

The coastal terrain of Robe, Beachport and Port MacDonnell serves as inspiration and reference for this piece.  Banks of sand, rippled by tides, change character with the sun's passage across the sky. 

Dreaming of Dunes is dynamic in composition, amplified by muted tones of beige, cream and ivory, offsetting the metallic highlights. The gold changes from a warm light gold to a deeper burnished tone depending upon the angle of the light.


Details and Dimensions:

Dreaming of Dunes, Painting, Acrylic on Canvas.

Please allow an additional two weeks for professional framing.

Unique, exhibition grade work.

Triple coated in premium gloss varnish to lock in vibrant colours and repel dust.

Includes Oak toned floating timber frame.

Signed Certificate of Authenticity included.

All original artwork is signed on the back.

Canvas dimensions - 16"(W) x 20"(H).


Free shipping, Australia wide.

Studio pick up is available by appointment.

International shipping is unavailable.


Additional Details:

Please note that all Alicia Pickert Studio artwork is photographed in natural sunlight to provide an accurate indication of colours, textures, surface quality, disposition and character.

As all monitors are different, colours may appear different to what you see on the screen.

Commitment to Sustainability:

Alicia Pickert is a socially conscious abstract artist committed to investing a stream of ongoing financial support to the preservation of South Australia’s marine environments.

Sale of Dreaming of Dunes will allow Alicia to make a contribution to the Conservation Council SA and their work in protecting, restoring and conserving the state’s unique and beautiful natural spaces whilst promoting a truly sustainable future for South Australia.

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