Home of Albert Namatjira metal print by Vicki B Littell. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.
This is humble cottage was built by Albert Namatjira, Australia's first famous aboriginal watercolor artist. I learned about this indigenous artist... more
This is humble cottage was built by Albert Namatjira, Australia's first famous aboriginal watercolor artist. I learned about this indigenous artist in school as a kid. His work always fascinated me! It was a surreal experience to visit of his home near Hermansburg NT, Australia. Albert's art is a beautiful display of the beauty of Central Australia. His life story is worth researching as it is a story of discovery, adventure and unfortunately a tragic death. This small building was built with money earned from his first watercolor exhibition. It was home to Albert, his wife and seven children.
About Vicki B Littell
Vicki B Littell is an Australian watercolor artist living in Florida. She has been professionally creating art since 2016. Her work is influenced by her love of the "sunburnt country" and people's life stories.
Her unique style is easily recognized by the brilliant translucency of primary watercolors. She mixes realism with impressionism, and focuses on the mood of the subject whether be a moment in time, a landscape or a portrait. Vicki believes a painting is not complete until the soul is captured. While watercolors are her favorite medium, she enjoys sketching in graphite and charcoal.
Often times Vicki will refer to her urban sketch journals for inspiration. She carries a sketch pad to capture the feel of a scene and documents it...