Fijian Landscapes: Year 9

These paintings were photographed by Max Darby on 24th November, 2014


Year 9 students ere introduced to the Australian Impressionist paintings that were known simply as the 9″ X 5″ works. They derived their name from the fact they were painted onto cedar panels that had derived form Cigar Box lids – each made to those dimensions.


The works here were painted on recycled louvre window slats that were used in all classrooms at International School Nadi until recently. Chromacryl acrylic paints were used. The paintings now hang in the newly established gallery in the entrance of the school. More works will be added later. 



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