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GST Included

Open Prints

* Size 378 x 302mm
* Drop-shipped directly from the printers to your door


My Giclee Prints are true to the original, professionally printed on superb Hahnemühle German Etching Paper,  loose cut with 30mm border. Open prints are unlimited, neither numbered or signed.


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"She is luxuriously ravishing, without a doubt. Her opulence and hypnotic allure, without apology. There is a divine elegance about her, a sense of peace and freedom: a limitless independence fuelled with passion, brimming with courage and illuminated with a golden heart." Dior by Tanya Marie Reeves



Dior is a unisex name with its origins in the French language, translating as 'golden’. Obviously, the name also fronts a renown, European luxury goods company founded by Christian Dior in 1946.



The color gold is the color of extravagance, wealth, riches, and excess, and shares several of the same attributes of the color yellow. The color gold is a warm color that can be either bright and cheerful or somber and traditional. The color gold is cousin to the color yellow and the color brown, and is also associated with illumination, love, compassion, courage, passion, magic, and wisdom.

Gold gemstones are believed to increase personal wisdom and power, aid in health and wellness, create success and prosperity, and illuminate the path toward your goal.

Symbolism of Feathers

  • Truth
  • Speed
  • Lightness
  • Flight
  • Ascension
  • Angels
  • Birds freedom inspiration
  • Flight
  • Light
  • Travel
  • Magic
  • Connection to the spiritual

Feathers represent freedom, they represent flight and caring from heaven above. They mean moving beyond you set beliefs and boundaries, they tell you to go limitless and boundless in your thought process. Also, different colours of the feather have different meanings and later we will delve into the meanings of them all.

  • self confident, wise and courageous in the face of adversity.
  • fierce, solitary, indépendance



21 September 2018
1524 x 1220mm - 60x48”
Acrylic on calico on stretched canvas
Original Sold

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