Layers within layers of life forms
In water, cells and structures
Microscopic shapes and shadows
Held inert for a moment within the light

When I woke to this image I was reminded of looking through a microscope
and seeing the invisible layers of life within water and leaf litter. 
My father used to make up ‘brews’ of rice and tap water and dried grass leaves and let them sit for days,
 and then spread a drop of the liquid on to a glass slide and show us
 the tiny one-celled creatures that lived invisible within the world. 
 It always seemed utterly miraculous and for some years in my childhood I thought of it as magic! 
 This painting also seemed to me to be Aboriginal in style and symbolic of how we see the world around us.

Available as a high quality reproduction on Arches Aquarelle Rag. 

The original artwork is 900 x 1200 mm and was painted by Artist Sharon Whitewood.

This print is Museum quality, and is made using Pigmented Inks onto Arches Aquarelle Rag. 
This genuine 100% rag, watercolour paper possesses the unique structure, surface texture and warm white tone that demanding artists expect from a traditional Fine Art paper. 
This paper complies with the highest archival standards and is extremely age resistant.  
Arches Aquarelle Rag gives a unique and unrivalled character to the Fine Art reproduction of traditional artwork and photographs.

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