Eucalyptus and Gum Emperor Moth


Price:
£30

Art: Our expert curators handpick each piece of the art print, ensuring a high-quality and unique selection for you.

Printing: We utilize state-of-the-art 12-ink system fine art printers, which guarantee flawless reproductions and exceptional color accuracy for every print.

Paper: Our 200 gsm artist-grade matte fine art paper features a subtly textured surface, enhancing the visual appeal of each print. All materials are eco-friendly and sourced from sustainable suppliers, reflecting our commitment to the environment.

Framing: We offer modern and elegant Scandinavian-inspired framing options in black, white, and oak to complement various interior styles. Each frame is crafted from premium wood by skilled professional framers, ensuring a high-quality and lasting finish. All frames come ready to hang for your convenience.

All orders are handcrafted with excessive amounts of love and care at Minus Art in our workshop in Sydney, Australia.

We do offer fast, insured, and global shipping. 

Location

Production

Shipping

Australia

1-4 days

1-10 days

New Zealand

1-4 days

3-15 days

United States

1-4 days

1-10 days

United Kingdom

1-4 days

1-10 days

Europe

1-4 days

1-15 days

Asia

1-4 days

3-15 days

Canada

1-4 days

3-30 days

 
Please note that these are estimated shipping days. Historically speaking, most of our customers have received their prints earlier than expected! If you need to receive your order by a certain date, please contact us for express shipping options. 

All prints and frames are robustly packaged. However, if anything goes wrong during transportation, you will be sent a brand new print. 


For more information, please go to our shipping page.

 

You can refer to the second photo in the product listing to visualize different sizes and frame options in a sample room setting. Select different options from the dropdown menu to see them reflected in the room. (This feature is not applicable for Set Of Prints)
CM | Inches
Size Unframed Size Framed Size
Mini - A4 21 x 29.7 cm 24 x 33 cm
Small - A3 29.7 x 42 cm 33 x 45.4 cm
Medium - A2 42 x 59.4 cm 45.4 x 62.8 cm
Large - A1 59.4 x 84.1 cm 62.5 x 87.2 cm
X-Large - A0 84.1 x 118.9 cm 87.2 x 122.1 cm
Giant - 40x60" 101.6 x 152.4 cm 106 x 157 cm
Mini - 12x12" 33.4 x 33.4 cm 36.4 x 36.4 cm
Medium - 20x20" 53.2 x 53.2 cm 56.2 x 56.2 cm
Large - 28x28" 73.1 x 73.1 cm 76.1 x 76.1 cm
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Artist

Art: Our expert curators handpick each piece of the art print, ensuring a high-quality and unique selection for you.

Printing: We utilize state-of-the-art 12-ink system fine art printers, which guarantee flawless reproductions and exceptional color accuracy for every print.

Paper: Our 200 gsm artist-grade matte fine art paper features a subtly textured surface, enhancing the visual appeal of each print. All materials are eco-friendly and sourced from sustainable suppliers, reflecting our commitment to the environment.

Framing: We offer modern and elegant Scandinavian-inspired framing options in black, white, and oak to complement various interior styles. Each frame is crafted from premium wood by skilled professional framers, ensuring a high-quality and lasting finish. All frames come ready to hang for your convenience.

All orders are handcrafted with excessive amounts of love and care at Minus Art in our workshop in Sydney, Australia.

We do offer fast, insured, and global shipping. 

Location

Production

Shipping

Australia

1-4 days

1-10 days

New Zealand

1-4 days

3-15 days

United States

1-4 days

1-10 days

United Kingdom

1-4 days

1-10 days

Europe

1-4 days

1-15 days

Asia

1-4 days

3-15 days

Canada

1-4 days

3-30 days

 
Please note that these are estimated shipping days. Historically speaking, most of our customers have received their prints earlier than expected! If you need to receive your order by a certain date, please contact us for express shipping options. 

All prints and frames are robustly packaged. However, if anything goes wrong during transportation, you will be sent a brand new print. 


For more information, please go to our shipping page.

 

You can refer to the second photo in the product listing to visualize different sizes and frame options in a sample room setting. Select different options from the dropdown menu to see them reflected in the room. (This feature is not applicable for Set Of Prints)
CM | Inches
Size Unframed Size Framed Size
Mini - A4 21 x 29.7 cm 24 x 33 cm
Small - A3 29.7 x 42 cm 33 x 45.4 cm
Medium - A2 42 x 59.4 cm 45.4 x 62.8 cm
Large - A1 59.4 x 84.1 cm 62.5 x 87.2 cm
X-Large - A0 84.1 x 118.9 cm 87.2 x 122.1 cm
Giant - 40x60" 101.6 x 152.4 cm 106 x 157 cm
Mini - 12x12" 33.4 x 33.4 cm 36.4 x 36.4 cm
Medium - 20x20" 53.2 x 53.2 cm 56.2 x 56.2 cm
Large - 28x28" 73.1 x 73.1 cm 76.1 x 76.1 cm

Gabby Malpas

Gabby's watercolours are intricate portrayals of blended cultures and beautiful objects. Locally grown fruit and flowers picked and bought near-by are rendered with warmth and intimacy, forming a conversation between the rarefied, patterned flora that decorates the Chinese ceramics and batik fabrics within her images.

Gabby studied ceramics at Otago Polytechnic School of Fine Art from 1984-86, before travelling through South East Asia and then moving to London in the 1990s. Gabby's love of colour has endured, and her ceramicist background is evident in her use of pattern in her works. Gabby's negation of depth through the use of pattern means that it is often easy to imagine many of her works adorning a beautiful vase or bowl. Gabby has been working chiefly in watercolour and ink since 1988.

Gabby Malpas is a New Zealand/Australian/British citizen of Chinese descent, she was adopted and raised by a New Zealand family as a baby in Auckland and is now based in Sydney. Gabby began to recognise her Chinese heritage appearing in her art while at Otago, New Zealand. After meeting her birth-mother in 2004, her painting has evolved into a very recognisable Chinese style.

In this series of works, Gabby has melded Chinese representational traditions with batik patterns, and birds and fruit from her life in New Zealand, England and Australia.

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