400mm x 300mm
Angourie lineup on a wax surface set in a black frame embellished by words of local Micheal Laurie Jnr on a story about the creation of Dunningan reef at the mouth of the Clarence.
Encaustic wax transfer print. These prints are made by a technique using a bees wax medium to transfer photos on to. Inks, shellac and collage are added afterwards which is then melted and set into the wax with heat guns making the inks become part of the wax.
Each wax print is completely unique and are not replicable coming as a 1/1 edition.