We are beyond excited to release this A M A Z I N G piece.
10 original pulled prints – 8 prints remaining
1520 x 1300 slightly larger when framed.
6 months ago we were given permission to take a slice of this magnificent tree.
Planted in the 1870’s the family would have had no idea of the importance of these 60 hectares in the back roads of Hahndorf.
In 1909 Thomas and Florence Jackson bought the Cedars, life connection is Karen’s (one half of sabi designs) grandmother (who lives in Hahndorf, 103 year old) was their adopted daughter.
In 1912 the property was sold to Hans Heysen, one of Australias most noted landscape artists. It is here he lived with his wife Sallie and their family of 8 children. In 1913 with its Pinus Radiatas gaurdians the now famous studio was completed.
In 2017 this once magnificent tree came down. In 2018 we were given permission to take a piece to preserve this tree forever.
Today we have been given permission to call this piece “The Heysen”.