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Hall Lamp

Arkaroola Dreaming Reclaimed Mannequin Art Lamp looking spectacular in a beautiful georgian house hallway. The large canvas is one of my abstracts using oil and plaster to add to the story of the Australian outback. The light at night is spectacular and during the day it is bright and cosy. A beautiful arty hallway, with unique reclaimed artwork!

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The Napoleonic Camel Saddle Chandelier

Four years ago in a flea market I bought this strange thing a Napoleonic Camel Saddle used in the French Egyptian War by the Dromedary division. I thought I would use it to make a coffee table but realising how rare it was I didn't have the heart to cut it up. It sat in my attic for a while then went to auction and wasn't sold. I had the idea of making it into a chandelier in the oldest part of my house with a vaulted ceiling. We knew we could only do it with a scaffold. So finally the reimagined Camel Saddle Chandelier has a new home and it won't be going anywhere! I love it's uniqueness. Upside...

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Nature Textures

This painting reminds me of aboriginal painting on charred bark. It started with lots of random colours swiped, poured then sprayed, then washed away in the bath  keeping a fraction of the texture. Still not happy I plastered over it all and scrapped back, followed by yellow spraying. I love the 3d effect from this it's a joy to have around lifts my spirit.

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