Sherwood Arboretum (Original)

Sherwood Arboretum by Debra Hood

“Sherwood Arboretum” is a vibrant and lively representation of the Heritage-Listed Sherwood Arboretum in Brisbane, capturing the essence of the local architecture and natural beauty. The Queenslander style houses stand gracefully along the riverbank, adorned in pastel hues that evoke a sense of warmth and charm.

Sherwood Arboretum was opened on World Forestry Day in 1925, and is home to roughly 1100 trees, across 250 native species. Some of these species are captured in this painting, including Bottle trees, Gum trees, and Bunya Pines, while Debra’s classic confetti celebration dances above the canopy.

This is a one-of-a-kind Original artwork. Reproductions of this artwork can be found here

$2,500.00 inc. GST

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This Original Artwork has a Gold frame, with a White Sub-Frame, that enhances the colours of the trees and foliage. It is painted onto a Canvas board and is ready to hang.

Postage and handling fee includes signature on delivery, tracking and insurance up to $1000. The customer is responsible for any import, duties or VAT in their destination country where applicable.

This is a one-of-a-kind Original artwork. Reproductions of this artwork can be found here

If you have any questions regarding reproductions, please reach out via the Contact Us form.

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300mmx900mm, 400x1200mm

Display Optioins

Rolled, Stretched, Framed

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The team at Debra Hood Art acknowledges the Jagera and Turrbul peoples as traditional owners of the land the beautiful Meanjin/Brisbane city resides. We recognise their connection to land, wind, water and community and pay respects to elders, past, present and emerging. The Meanjin/Brisbane area has such a splendid abundance of nature, and we feel so lucky to be able to capture and share its beauty through art.

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