"Carinya" | Australian Bottlebrush Wall Art Print-Landscape

"Carinya" | Australian Bottlebrush Wall Art Print - Landscape

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"Carinya" Wall Art Print - Introducing our original design of the  stunning Australian native known as  the "callistemon" or "bottlebrush"
  • Unframed Print
  • Colour: sage greens, olive, tan & red on the grey putty base.
  • Portrait
  • Shipped in 3-5 working days
  • Printed on premium recycled paper 
  • Printed and designed in Australia
  • Available in 4 sizes
  • Free Delivery For All Orders Over $250
  • Australia Wide Flat Rate Shipping $9.95
  • Posted rolled up, in thick cardboard mailing tubes

About the design

Wall Art Print: "Carinya"  Named from the aboriginal  meaning: "happy, peaceful home"

A truly spectacular part of Australia's landscape, the bottlebrush's brightly coloured stigma’s in stunning colours of scarlet red, pink and yellow create the bottle-like shape flower. The bottlebrush bush attracts a familiar sight of buzzing bees & birds on a hot summer’s day in the Southern hemisphere and celebrates the Christmas festive season inside and outside the home with its sparkling crisp red flowers on display.

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Pride of Place

We needed twelve prints to feature in the four foyers of our apartment complex. This site offered a good range of works to choose from at a competitive price. Lisa was a pleasure to deal with throughout the process – from selection to purchase to delivery.

The works - which had to travel to Melbourne – were very securely packed. They arrived promptly and in perfect condition. Beautifully executed and framed, they now take pride of place in our complex and are appreciated and admired by both residents and visitors.

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