Contemporary Art inspired by the Australian Landscape
I rely on my imagination when I paint figures but am influenced by memories of past bush experiences and love trying to capture the colourful characters of the outback.
My original artworks are created using acrylics and then printed in Australia on high quality 420gsm Poly Cotton Matte Canvas.
All prints are printed with archival quality inks and are a limited edition, with strict run of 25
Each print is accompanied by a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity.
Unstretched Canvas Prints includes an extra 70mm border for stretching and framing purposes. All artworks will end up the size it indicates once stretched on its stretcher. Artwork will be rolled onto a plastic sleeve, packaged in a cardboard tube with bubble wrap protection, when shipped.
Stretched and Framed Canvas Prints come packed in sturdy cardboard with bubble wrap protection and will arrive ready to hang and enjoy.
All artwork prints shipped free in Australia in 10 business days of order ,stretch and frame approx 3-4 weeks
Please contact us for international shipping prices.
We print to order to avoid waste.
Please choose carefully as we do not refund for change of mind.
In the unlikely event your print arrives damaged please contact us within 24 hours of delivery
Colours may vary slightly to what appears on your screen
Born in Dubbo, NSW, Polly Lyn Kimmorley moved as a young girl to their family property on the banks of the Darling River
Here she received here first box of paints, which began a lifelong love affair with colour, paint and the environment.
As a young woman Polly won a scholarship to Mitchell School of Arts before marrying into a local grazing family and moving to a remote property with her husband and two daughters.
During this time while flying in light aircraft Polly was stirred by the sprawling landscape with its magnificent colours and textures which now feature strongly in her work.
Polly’s large scale paintings are immersive, inspired by her environment and memories of Australia’s vast and vibrant landscape.
Polly and her husband now live In Forster on the beautiful mid north coast of NSW and while she paints the occasional seascape, her heart is still ruled by the colours and shapes of the outback.