|Description||The dots and lines in this artwork represent the diverse sea life in each layer of the coastal sandbanks. Shallow sandy sediments are typically colonised by a burrowing fauna of worms, crustaceans and shells. The surface of the sandbank may include shrimps, gastropod molluscs, crabs and fish. Shallow sandy sediments are often important nursery areas for fish, and feeding grounds for seabirds.|
|Framing||I come framed in a black, white and natural box frame.
I am framed using ethically sourced timber.
I can be made in different sizes or frames to better suit your walls, so please email us to make this happen – firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Printing||I am printed on high quality canvas using fancy pants latex print technology.|
|Sizing||Just to let you know the sizes listed here are my print size and not my external size. For my external size our brainy FAQ page will give you all the insight you need to know on how big I really am. To make me smaller or bigger email at – email@example.com.|
|Hanging||I arrive ready to meet my wall. I also come with some protectors to ensure that your wall and me get along nicely|
|Shipping||As I am made with love down under, I usually ship within 14 days from the date you pick me.|
|Artist||Bigi Nagala. For every artwork sold, a percentage of the sale price goes directly back to the artist.|