How Romero Made Maryborough Central Victoria Digitally – Ikohaus
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Maryborough Central Victoria is one of the first collaborative paintings with Australian photographer, Maggie Beresford and Avant-garde artist Romero from the U.S. Maryborough is a city located on the Mary River in Queensland, Australia.

 

Whether you’re looking for the perfect piece to hang in your kitchen or just a quick fix for those bare walls, we have the solution for you!

 

You’re tired of looking at blank walls, but you aren’t ready to paint. Maryborough Central Victoria, by Romero and Maggie Beresford, will enhance your home. Did you know that red roses are the symbol of love and beauty in Western culture

In addition to beauty and passion, red roses also symbolize courage and power. Thanks to the technology available to us today, Maggie and Romero were able to create this floral piece. 


Maryborough Central Victoria

About the Maryborough Central Victoria Painting

 

Romero and Maggie Beresford collaborated on Maryborough Central Victoria painting inspired by the Phillips Botanical Gardens located in Maryborough (a city in Victoria, Australia). Romero’s goal is to create work to fulfill his need to be creative and express imagination. He uses bold colors and powerful brush strokes as he does in all his paintings. Therefore, creating a lasting visual impression. 

Even more, the lavish green colors create an exquisite garden atmosphere. This piece features colorful red roses. Indeed this piece is perfect for interior decorating; hanging about, creating excitement and drawing attention in any room. 


This original, single edition, 20″x16″ Giclée is a high-resolution piece. Moreover, your work is printed using 100-year long lasting ink. And printed on Matte eggshell finish heavy cardstock paper. As a result, you don’t have to worry about the color fading or running. 


When you order Maryborough Central Victoriayou’ll receive the signed work from Romero’s collection. Email ikohaus@gmail.com to acquire this piece.

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June 24, 2016

Comments

Thanks, Evonne for your comment! Glad you enjoyed the article. Would you collect art like this?

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