- Available as A4 (210 x 297mm) or A3 (297 x 420mm) size
- Printed on thick 290 gsm archival, fine art, sustainable bamboo paper
- Frame not included
The artwork is printed without the © Lucy Lu Art watermark.
A4 prints are packed in a protective sleeve
with a backing board and posted in a rigid mailer.
A3 prints are mailed rolled up in a tube.
Free delivery within Broome, Western Australia.
This product is also available at the Broome Markets.
More info and background about the artwork:
I like to experiment with traditional and also digital art mediums.
This is a digital artwork, which didn't necessarily make the creation easier,
I still use my hand to paint the same way I would when painting traditionally, I just have digital brushes available to me.
The title is 'Energy'
Energy isn't visible or tangible as such, yet all around us, a part of us. A humpback whale jumping out of the ocean came to my mind, I used a reference photo taken by my sister Svenja Clare (www.svenjaclare.com) in Broome, Western Australia, where we got to see whales breaching and playing. I am very lucky to live here by the ocean and can observe the incredible marine life every day.
An amazing phenomenon came to my mind, Aurora Borealis (Northern lights) and Aurora Australis (Southern lights) which are caused by solar wind ions colliding with atoms of oxygen and nitrogen from the Earth’s atmosphere. The energy released during these collisions causes a colorful glowing halo around the poles—an aurora.
Now there's another incredible phenomenon that can happen, not only the sky can light up, but the sea as well. A bioluminescent sea can occur when there's a high concentration of plankton which is the food source for whales and also 'sea sparkles', these sea sparkles glow when disturbed. Despite being beautiful, high numbers of sea sparkles can have negative effects on the surrounding marine life and as sea sparkles need warmer temperatures to survive, finding them closer to the earth's poles (such as Tasmania where sightings are becoming more common) is another indication of climate change and global warming which we are contributing to. So let's look after our planet and its incredible marine life and do everything we can to slow down global warming.
With all my artworks I try to raise awareness of the natural beauty around us and how there is a connection in everything.