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Suryasta, (ltd Ed A3 Print, Other Sizes Available)

Description : This painting was inspired by a photo kindly submitted by Fernanda, a resident of St Kilda and is one of her favourite views. She has named it 'Suryasta'. It was featured in my 2022 St Kilda Watercolour Calendar, with all profit donated to Space2b Social Design, supporting refugees, newly arrived migrants and people seeking asylum to start their own enterprise to become financially independent.

LIMITED EDITION PRINT A3 FRAME SIZE, MAXIMUM OF 50. Personally signed, with Certificate of Authenticity. (Please contact me if you would like a different print size).

Giclée prints are of superior archival quality, light fastness and stability. My prints are produced by a Fine Art Print artisan giclee printer on 310GSM Cotton Rag high quality paper using a twelve-colour managed production process with archival pigment inks.

In the ‘check out’ stage of your purchase you will have the option to select Framed or Unframed, sent to an address in Australia or internationally or Pick Up from St Kilda Melbourne. (The price adjusts accordingly).
- The Free Delivery within Australia and the delivery cost for Outside Australia is for Unframed.
- Unframed delivery is recommended, as Framed is under glass
- Framed delivery: please contact me, before purchase, through the 'Contact The Artist' button on this page and let me know your postcode or country (if outside Australia), for a delivery supplement quote
- The Pick Up discount applies to Unframed and Framed options

DIMENSIONS : ( Width - 97.00 cm x Height - 42.00 cm )

Medium on Base : Watercolour on Paper

Genre : Seascape


Copyright : © Carin Lavery

Framed: $270.00
Un-Framed: $185.00
Delivery Charges
Within Australia: $30.00
Outside Australia: $60.00
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Carin is a visual artist, born and raised in England, now living in Melbourne Australia.  She is most widely known for her bold dynamic watercolours of our natural world. She also works with graphite and pastels and writes poetry.

Her work has been licensed for Christmas cards and has attracted international awards.  She has a strong commissions-following, exhibits regularly and sells internationally.

Her paintings are as diverse in style and subject as nature itself.  Realistic, impressionist or abstract, they communicate our world through watercolour – ranging from the land, sky, sea, animals and insects to people and communities.  

Carin raises community awareness of important subjects through her art.  She says “Art can be a powerful means of communication like no other”.  To date, sales of her paintings have raised $14,000 to support programs for refugees and people seeking asylum and victims and survivors of domestic violence.  Carin has also raised awareness of marginalised Australian Indigenous communities and traditional land management practices through her paintings.   


Solo Exhibition, Space2b
Art Room Gallery Abstract Exhibition
VAA International Online Exhibition
Art Show International Exhibition: How I remember
AGRA Art Challenge Connections Exhibition
MAVA Re$pect Exhibition
SmART Small Art Works Exhibition
Grey Cube Gallery Abstract Art Contest
Grey Cube Gallery Nature Art Contest
Grey Cube Gallery Portrait Contest
Art Room Gallery Colours Exhibition

Heads High, Space2b
Linden Postcard Show

Knox Art Show
Linden Postcard Show

None, due to family reasons

Art in Tune Exhibition
Collins Street Baptist Church 'Salt of The Earth' Exhibition

Albert Park College Art Show
Linden Gallery Postcard Exhibition
Bayside Art Exhibition
Collins Street Baptist Church 'Fire and Life' Exhibition
Contemporary Art Society Annual Exhibition
Contemporary Art Society Contemporary By Nature Exhibition
Decoy Cafe in Exhibition Street, Melbourne (February)
Decoy Cafe in Exhibition Street, Melbourne (May)
Contemporary Art Society A4 Exhibition

Contemporary Art Society A4 Exhibition
Contemporary Art Society Burnley Harbour Exhibition
Linden Gallery Postcard Exhibition
Collins Street Baptist Church 'The Good Earth' Exhibition
Solo Exhibition, Level 8 Gallery