Browse images of Greta Laundy's paintings, drawings and prints
Watercolour Paintings: Limited Edition Prints
Contemporary, bright and colourful.
My popular Flower Mandala series is now available as limited edition giclee prints in a range of selected sizes : 40x40cm, 60x60cm and 90x90cm.
Six beautiful designs to choose from.
Perfect as a Birthday, Christmas, Housewarming or Wedding gift for that special person(s) in your life, or simply to brighten up your own living spaces!
Please allow 2-3 weeks delivery from order date as each print is individually printed. Complimentary shipping through Australia Post to Australian customers. Each print is carefully packaged to ensure 100% satisfaction.
Burn and Float
Hot City Nights
Acrylic Paintings: Limited Edition Prints
My limited edition prints are printed on museum quality Hahnemule German etching paper using the best available colour matching and reproduction technology. This ensures your purchase will bring you a lifetime of pleasure.
Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery on confirmation of payment. **FREE Registered Australia Post delivery (international customers: please email me regarding shipping costs and ETA).
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Summer Rains (2016)
Summer Rains was inspired by a trip to Yorke Peninsula (one of my childhood homes) and the view of the slightly rolling hills with rain falling on them. Its bright colours and dynamic mark making are sure to enliven any living space. Available in a variety of paper sizes from A3 up to a large A0 (the image size is slightly smaller to allow for a border for matting/framing).
Spring Rush (2016)
Inspired by the changing seasons evident in our garden, Spring Rush captures the movement and energy of a garden bursting out in flower at the start of spring. This print is available in three sizes.
Burst Open (2016)
Freshen up your living space! The original painting was inspired by the fast changes taking place in my garden as Spring was approaching. Full of lively brushwork and rich colours. Available in three sizes.
I have been working very hard in the studio for my forthcoming SALA Festival group exhibition at Milan Rouge, an art gallery up at Stirling in the Adelaide Hills.
I have been pondering my fascination with the shapes I keep making, referencing the landscape around the Fleurieu Peninsula here in South Australia, but also landforms evident in the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
I’ve been thinking about a family trip undertaken when I was 14 or 15 years old up to Northern Territory. We explored some iconic sights: Kings Canyon, Uluru and Kata Tjuta (known as Ayers Rock and The Olgas at the time). I had quite the eerie experience at Kata Tjuta, an amazingly large grouping of 36 massive domed rock formations millions of years old. I distinctly remember the feeling of being unsettled in this place, of feeling a powerful energy there which wasn’t necessarily malevolent, but nonetheless, very uncomfortable. This experience is very hard to articulate. At the time, I certainly had no knowledge of the significance of Kata Tjuta to the local custodians, the Anangu people. This is a very significant place to the Anangu people, who have lived in the region for at least 22,000 years, and there are several Dreaming stories associated with Kata Tjuta.
Questions I continue to contemplate are: What knowledge is embodied in a landscape? How does that manifest for humans, Indigenous and non-Indigenous people? What was I feeling and why? Is it possible for places to carry, for lack of a better word, energy?
These landforms are like sentinels. They are (impassive ?) observers to our journey and those who have come before. My response to the Australian landscape is very intuitive, and difficult to articulate, perhaps this is why I continue to paint it.