Waratah A3 Art Print
The beautiful and distinctive Waratah (a Eora word borrowed from Sydney’s original inhabitants) is found along New South Wales’ Central and South Coasts, attracting birds and floral enthusiasts alike with its showy crimson flowers. A stout shrub with leathery green leaves for most of the year, in spring its status as the New South Wales floral emblem is solidified with joyous crimson flowers that can be seen from afar throughout gardens and national parks.
This original design by Melbourne artist Milana Wallace lovingly captures the bright and bold floral emblem of NSW. Printed on quality 200gsm paper stock, this A3 Art Print will fit standard frames, or easily slide into a suitcase to hand to loved ones overseas.
Please note that print comes unframed for ease of shipping.
About the Artist
Milana Wallace (aka Mopsy) has a corporate graphic design background, but her love of Australia - and in particular Melbourne - led her to start her own business, creating original unique illustrations that of some of our most stunning flora which celebrate Australia with a modern aesthetic and strong vibrant colour.
The designs begin as rough sketches which are transformed into digital artwork to emphasise the brilliant colour and intensity of each native plant. A desire to ensure products are made in Australia has driven Milana to create a range of prints that appeal to visitors and locals alike as a locally made keepsake of our beautiful country.
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What a stunning print - so happy with it. I am popping into my suitcase and will buy a frame when we arrive at my in-laws - it’s for my MIL as she loves waratahs