New print release - Back of Beyond

July 28, 2021

New print release - Back of Beyond

Back of Beyond is another piece of paradise not far from home. After scrabbling along rocks with expansive views to the eastern Raglan Range, you traverse up a climb, as you crest the saddle this view awaits.
The original painting is 1m x 1m and the owners of this one are enthusiastic ski tourers. These tarns freeze over in winter and it makes for a great ski basin.
I have decided to release this as a limited edition print on your choice of fine art paper. This is also one of the largest prints that I have released, with the biggest image size being 900 x 900mm.
This is available framed at the Red Gallery as part of the ‘Mountain’ exhibition opening on the 29th of July at 5-6:30pm.
The Gallery De Novo in Dunedin & the Parnell Gallery in Auckland also have this print in stock.
Here are the available print options.

Emerging over the final ridge before plunging down into the Arnst River valley you come across what seems like paradise. The Paratītahi Tarns sit together, nestled in a gentle rolling basin of tussock with a glimpse of Mt Chittenden (2205m) in the far distance. 



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