Reproduction Artworks

These limited edition pieces are exact replicas of the original artworks. All reproduction artworks are of the highest quality, ensuring you can enjoy them for decades to come. All reproduction artworks are available in a range of sizes and mediums to suit any space or budget.

Reproduction Artworks2023-05-18T12:11:08+10:00
  • A Good Match – Reproduction

    $135.00$2,026.00
    Limited Edition Reproduction of 100 Two Major Mitchells huddle together on a log. Major Mitchells pair for life apparently. These two are real characters.
  • Limited Edition Reproduction of 100 This portrait painting portrays a modern-day dinosaur, the cassowary. It is one of the largest birds in the world and lives in the rainforests of Australia. These are dangerous yet shy birds. It has striking features and won't be hard to find on your wall.
  • Open Edition Reproduction Red-Tailed Black cockatoo looking out from his branch with gum leaves and botanical flowers.
  • Blue Fantasy – Reproduction

    $290.00$4,015.00
    Limited Edition Reproduction of 100 A blue vase on a linen canvas with two blue budgies in the scene and a yellow sunflower. A blue vase sits majestically on the linen canvas. One blue budgie sits on the handle of the vase and the other blue budgie flies freely. When I created this painting I didn't realise my own brush was telling me a story. It became clear to me that the flying bird of the air does not concern itself with belongings but is free and fully trusts God to provide its every need.
  • Blue Wren – Reproduction

    $87.00$2,269.00
    Open Edition Reproduction The superb fairy-wren gleams with its velvety blue and black plumage. Emerging from the colourful background he surveys his surroundings.
  • Open Edition Reproduction Five colourful characters in a row. Budgies are very social birds and one budgie was recorded as repeating more than 1700 words.
  • Budgies – Reproduction

    $100.00$2,457.00
    Open Edition Reproduction Two gentle budgies snuggle together close by on a branch. The playful and random splashes of colour in the background remind me of the two main characters perched together.
  •   "In this evocative painting, a picturesque scene unfolds as a rustic cart, pulled by a sturdy horse, makes its way down a tranquil countryside path. Flanked on either side of the driver are two loyal canine companions, each embodying a distinct sense of purpose. The dog on the right fixes his gaze backward, perhaps reminiscing on the journey already traveled, while the one on the left looks ahead with eager anticipation, ready to explore the uncharted path that lies ahead. This harmonious blend of nostalgia and anticipation invites viewers to contemplate the passage of time and the timeless companionship between humans and their faithful animal friends."
  • Carrots – Reproduction

    $76.00$2,513.00
    Open Edition Reproduction A young wombat leaning down towards a carrot. Wisdom Wombat Rescue does great work and this was the inspiration to paint this cute wombat Jazzi.
  • Open Edition Reproduction A Fraser Island beauty, right near where the ocean meets the shallow rock pools. This was one of our favourite spots at Fraser Island in Queensland. Where deep ocean and shallow rock pools meet. After our swim, I was enjoying the waves crashing on the headlands in the distance. This oil painting features a location just to the left of Champagne Pools between Waddy Point and Island Head along 75 Mile Beach.
  • Open Edition Reproduction Mount Dandenong Victoria. It was Christmas Eve on the mountain and we loved visiting our family a couple of years ago. This time seemed even more special as we were not able to freely travel throughout our own country at the time. We even met Santa Clause on the mountain that afternoon. This painting won first prize in an art competition recently.
  • Open Edition Reproduction Finches enjoying lunch together. We travelled through the Simpson desert last year and whilst camping I enjoyed watching birds. I even hid in bushes observing finches but my camera zoom could not quite capture them clearly enough before the birds would scare. So my best view of the finches was actually at Ayres Rock camping ground. This is where my inspiration came from for this painting on linen.

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