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Honey eaters in the grevillias | Original art on canvas by Deborah Carroll


Immerse yourself in the vibrant world of “Honey Eaters in the Grevillias” by Deborah Carroll. This exquisite artwork captures the lively essence of nature, featuring a stunning depiction of honey eaters nestled among blooming grevillias. The intricate details of the birds’ plumage, highlighted in shades of green and blue, bring a sense of realism and movement to the scene.

The grevillias, with their fiery red and soft green hues, create a dynamic background that perfectly complements the vivid birds. Carroll’s masterful use of color and texture breathes life into the painting, making the viewer feel as if they are part of this enchanting natural setting. The delicate interplay of light and shadow adds depth and dimension, drawing the eye to the fine details of each element.

“Honey Eaters in the Grevillias” is more than just a painting; it is a celebration of nature’s beauty and the intricate ecosystems that thrive within it. This piece would make a striking addition to any art collection, bringing a touch of the wild, vibrant Australian flora and fauna into your home. 76cm x 76cm – framed.


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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