Seasonal Rorschach Series

By purchasing a print from this collection, you will have peace of mind that your print is based on a unique technique that delivers innovative style, colour and form. Available in a limited edition series of 30, across the world, you are guaranteed an exceptional conceptual artwork, that has been printed using premium, archival, museum grade materials and processes.  

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Grevillea Tango Collection

 The Grevillea Tango artworks (Seasonal Rorschach series) celebrates one of Australia’s  most extravagant flowers as it flows, dances and reaches out with its tendril like stamens.

The genus Grevillea gives Australia some of our most beautiful and versatile native plants. They are endemic across Australia in all its environmental conditions from cold high mountainous regions to coastal environments. They consist of dozens of individual flowers along a stem and these open in succession, for a longer flowering season.

Some grevilleas flower virtually all year, so there are even flowers in winter. But in spring, the bush is absolutely covered in a mass of breathtaking colour and are a favourite of the native nectar feeding birds. 

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 ® © Carmel Louise, All Rights Reserved 2021

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Dame Edna Collection

 The Dame Edna artworks (Seasonal Rorschach series) celebrates the gladiolus flower, beloved by one of Australia’s iconic characters Dame Edna Everridge. The colour of the flower in the original photo also references Dame Edna's famous lilac coloured bouffant, that slightly changed hue as she aged.

The Gladdy (as it is known in Australia) is sometimes called the 'sword lily’ and is available in a riot of colours and frills, this versatile flower is native in Asia, Mediterranean Europe, South Africa, and tropical Africa. But of course, it grows really well here in Australia.

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 ® © Carmel Louise, All Rights Reserved 2021

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Candy Lane Collection

The CandyLane Collection celebrates the diversity of the gladioli flower, in it's riotous colour and frilly forms. Clearly different to the purple Dame Edna artwork, this group was a result of using alternative patterns and techniques. It is also a testament to the technique that creates undetermined imagery. It is an experiment each and every time.

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