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Morpho Madera

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Morpho Madera was created while traveling between Australia, Costa Rica and Peru recently in 2018.
Much of the inspiration for this piece came from the lush forests and jungles visited along the way.
The piece began in Australia at Earth Frequency Festival, then headed to Envision Festival in Costa Rica before landing in Lima, Peru where the final touches were made. 

Brad Rhadwood & Carolina Galleran aka "Caro Caro"
20" x 35"
Diptych - 2 panels
Mixed media on found wood
Water colour, India ink, Paint pens, Acrylic gouache on
reclaimed timber sourced behind an Officeworks near Noosa Bay, Australia February 2018

hand carved custom frame Contact for details
*Printed versions also available 

Canadian American artist Brad Rhadwood is an artist who salvages wood in a style he's dubbed "Wood Whsipering." For this medium, he uses the naturally occurring elements found in wood to create whimsical "Derpy" creatures & critters. He considers his work collaborative with the wood itself being a major contributor to how each piece manifests. “Sometimes I begin the conversation with an idea or intention, sometimes the wood does all the talking. Letting the wood speak is equally as important (usually more) than anything I have to say." Knots are the beginning to every piece. His light down the rabbit hole, the key to a magical garden.This transformative art form turns the natural into the super natural inviting the viewer to see wood in a new way.