Large, green circlular watercolour painting by artist Kiri Jones. Breath-taking when hanging on the wall especially with the wooden circular frame.
This artwork sold at a charity auction but is still available as a print (see my listings).
If you are interested in commissioning me for a similar work the contact me on my contacts page or by email: email@example.com and we can discuss the details.
The circle design represents the nature of our experience of time. I named it ‘When the symphony begins’ because I think every person’s life, whether they are disabled or not is its own symphony. My daughter’s symphony is unique to her with its own patterns and beauty.
‘When the Symphony begins’ was originally painted to contribute to a charity auction to help the McKenzie Centre, a special education facility that helps our middle child who has disabilities.
I use repetition and shading to create bold shapes and 3 dimensional images where simplicity and complexity merge just as they do in nature.
The Inanga Series is a distinct, varied and playful series of highly detailed artworks created using watercolour paint and indian ink.
Name: 'When the symphony begins'
Medium: Water Colour Paint & Indian Ink on Archival Paper
Image Size: 60cm diameter
Availability: SOLD (Email me through my Contact page to discuss commissioning a similar piece).
When the symphony begins
Total of $5,500 NZD (Unframed & excluding freight costs)
Credit card and bank transfer payments are accepted.
We make a bespoke wooden circlular frame to perfectly fit this artwork.
The exterior diameter is 80cm, interior diameter approximately 61cm to jut up against the image.
Width: 18mm thick.
No mat board required.
Acid-free foam backing board.