‘ The Distant Creek ' Original Artwork
‘ The Distant Creek ' Original Artwork
‘ The Distant Creek ' Original Artwork
‘ The Distant Creek ' Original Artwork

Tania Chanter

‘ The Distant Creek ' Original Artwork

$2,100.00

' The Distant Creek ' 

‘The Distant Creek’ by Tania Chanter is inspired by the rich and vibrant tones of the Australian landscape and the changes of light and mood throughout the day.

Tania’s hope is that this painting brings a sense of calm to the room where it lives, like the resting single fallen leaf in the foreground ... and that is makes the people who enter the room feel as though a part of nature is right there with them.
Beautiful visible individual brushstrokes providing added texture to this spectacular landscape original artwork. 

 

The details are just amazing ! 

Size : 102 x 76 cms framed in a solid timber oak frame . 

This will be available to view at our NEW Torquay Gallery. 2/12 Castles Dr, Torquay. after 1st July, 2021 if not sold prior. 

Check our website and IG for opening times.

Pickup available from Torquay. 

DELIVERY FEES ARE AS FOLLOWS.

THE FOLLOWING WILL BE INVOICED TO YOU SEPARATELY  : 

$150 MELBOURNE & SURROUNDING SUBURBS INCL GEELONG / MORNINGTON PENINSULA. 

$300 CENTRAL ADELAIDE, SYDNEY,  BRISBANE & SUNSHINE COAST 

$350 CENTRAL PERTH. 

IF YOU’RE LOCATED OUTSIDE THESE AREAS - PLEASE CONTACT US FOR AN ESTIMATE. 

Worldwide delivery available. 

Just email your address and we will send you a quote ASAP.

 About Tania ... 

'Throughout my creative career, I have enjoyed working in diverse range of roles including 12 years in advertising at TheAge newspaper, as a voice-over artist and media presenter and as a director of a Graphic Design company. I have enjoyed all these endeavours, and while painting began as a creative experiment with my children, I never anticipated falling so completely in love with the expression and freedom it provides.It meets every creative impulse I have and is a source of endless inspiration and satisfaction.  My work reflects the deep inner peace I feel when outdoors, from the smell of the rich red earth in autumn and the tang of spring, to the crisp apple coldness of winter and the core glow of a lingering summer sunset. Around my home, nature overwhelms the human environment. Trees command the skyline, not buildings, and beauty rules over bitumen.'