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“Eddie” the emu | Original Australian art on canvas by Donna Brown


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“Eddie” by Donna Brown is a stunning portrayal of an emu, capturing the unique character and striking appearance of this iconic Australian bird. The painting features Eddie standing against a rich, green background, which beautifully contrasts with the intricate detailing of his feathers. The artist’s skillful brushwork and keen eye for detail are evident in the lifelike texture of Eddie’s plumage and the subtle shading that adds depth and dimension to the piece.

Eddie’s expressive eyes and curious tilt of the head convey a sense of personality, making the viewer feel a connection with this fascinating creature. The rich, varied tones of the feathers are meticulously rendered, highlighting the complexity and beauty of the emu’s plumage.

This artwork is a celebration of Australia’s unique wildlife, showcasing Donna Brown’s ability to bring her subjects to life with remarkable realism and emotion. “Eddie” would make a striking addition to any art collection, adding a touch of natural beauty and intrigue to your home or office. This artwork is 91cm x 76cm – float framed in Australian hardwood and ready to hang.


All artworks are hand painted original works by artists located in the Riverina NSW.

The artworks are created using artist quality materials and all are ready to hang in your home or office.


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We have a local framer that works directly with our artists that provides the highest quality framing so if you require this, please contact us at the time of purchase.

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