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Project 1

Acrylic, 500mm x 500mm


I fell in love with the metal bracing beams here and all the colours within. The Port Hills in the distance are the first pull to homeward visiting Cantabrians. 26 Canterbury Street started life as a Masonic Lodge and became Bill Hammond’s studio from 2000 until earthquake damage in 2011.  The rest of the scene is evocative of the unique flavour of Lyttleton rather than a particular view.

“Lyttleton (i)"

All prints are giclée quality – the best digital print technology available. Archival inks, cold press watercolour paper and colour correction by industry experts from Copyart, Richmond,. Your artwork will be checked and packed into a tube ready to be framed by you.


Limited edition full size print $275 inc p&p in NZ

One of a signed limited edition of 150

Printed area 500mm x 500mm with 20mm border

Highest quality watercolour paper and comes with its own certificate of authenticity.

Giclee Print 
Original sold
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