Uluru and Aboriginal setting
Uluru also known as Ayers Rock is a large sandstone rock formation in Central Australia in the Northern Territory. Uluru is sacred to the aborigines and has many varied springs, waterholes, rock caves and ancient paintings. Uluru is notable for appearing to change colour as the different light strikes it at different times of the day and year.
The tranquility of the setting and the opal enhance and compliment each other beautifully. There was an occasion recently when this piece was photographed outside at night time, with the crickets and other insects making their usual noises the feeling we all felt was of actually being “there".
Uluru and Aboriginal setting completion time, three months and two weeks.
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Uluru and Aboriginal setting measures 960mm x50mm x 720mm (framed)
The design of an image is etched into 4mm thick black glass. The etching is inlayed with Lightning Ridge, gem quality black opal that has been selected and cut for its brilliance and lustre. The finished piece is then framed and when mounted on a wall or perhaps a bench top with lighting directed on it, the image comes to life! A truly beautiful spectacular masterpiece.
All of Jenadors works of art and jewellery pieces are created in her studio in Australia.
Jenador exhibits her art Internationally, her works are the only known creations of this nature in the world and are investment, collector pieces sold with a certificate of authenticity.