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DAYZE OF INNOCENCE SERIES
focus on the 1970's Hippies to explore the relevance of their ideas now
Originals, cards ($3.50) , postcards ($4) and Prints, small ($10) and medium($15) are available from my Summerthoughts.com webstore.

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'Far Out'

Watercolour on Arches paper

68cm x 88cm

$2000 framed


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'Breakfast'

Oil on Arches Paper

68cm x 88cm

$2000 framed

      rock star
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' Rock Star'

Oil on Arches Paper

68cm x 88cm

$2000 framed

Hippies introduced many new ideas into our culture. They connected to each other, with the land and with our institutions in new ways. Many of their philosophies have entered mainstream thinking and some have fallen away. I'm exploring the language of the hippies and their adventures. I'm looking through the lens of now to my memories of the time.
Watercolours are framed under glass. but waterbased oils are robust enough not to be framed under glass (that's why Ilike using them).  They are, however, sealed with an archival Varnish to protect them from dust. The artwork on paper is secured to backing and matt boards.

Cards ($3.50) , postcards ($4) and Prints, small ($10) and medium($15) are available from my Summerthoughts.com webstore.

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