By the Dawn's Early Light

Limited Edition  (95 Artist Proofs only)

LS006 Image size: 620 x 860 mm

 Estimated Market Price*: Between US $139.00 and US $956.00 (canvas print are more expensive, also Artist proofs.)

By the Dawn's Early Light

Limited Edition Artist proof mounted on wooden frame, (see below) ON CANVAS

LS006-canvas Image size: 620 x 860 mm

Estimated Market Price*: Between US $139.00 and US $956.00 (canvas print are more expensive, also Artist proofs.)

Majestic Morning Artist proof

Limited Edition  (95 Artist Proofs only)

LS001  Image size:620 x 860 mm

Estimated Market Price*: Between US $139.00 and US $319.00         (canvas print are more expensive, also Artist proofs.)

Majestic Morning

Limited Edition Artist proof mounted on wooden frame, (see below) ON CANVAS

LS001-canvas  Image size:620 x 860 mm

Only a handful of canvas prints are available.

Estimated Market Price*: Between US $139.00 and US $319.00, (canvas print are more expensive, also Artist proofs.)

Shows only the reverse side of canvas print, which is stretched on a wooden frame, see above.

Dance of the Butterflies

Limited Edition (95 Artist Proofs only)

LS005  Image size:620 x 860 mm

Estimated Market Price*: Between US $139.00 and US $231.00      

 

Morning on the Mountain

Limited Edition 750 copies

LS007 Image size:560 x 800 mm  Paper size: 600 x 900

Signed Open Edition

LS1001  Image size: 470 x 625 mm

 

Image size: 560 x 800 mm   Paper size: 600 x 900 mm

Printed on 300 gsm Acid Free quality art paper

Code LS007

 

By the Early Dawns Light

 

Lawrence Starkey has an abiding love for the uniqueness of the Australian landscape and its inhabitants. He has had many years of experience travelling and exploring the country. He is a highly accomplished artist who for his skill and ability in capturing and depicting the light and form of the landscape, from the red centre to the lushnes of the coastal fringe with its reefs and islands he paints with a depth of feeling and clarity.

 

Lawrence was born in Cairns in Northern Queensland in 1959. At the age of five, his family settled on the Gold Coast in Southern Queensland, where he has lived for most of his life.

 

With a compulsion to draw and paint from childhood, Lawrence received tutoring at the age of fourteen and as a schoolboy, won his first major competition with the Gold Coast Show Art Prize. These lead him to attending Seven Hills Art College where he studied a wide range of subjects including drawing, painting, photography, print making, and ceramics.

 

From 1977, showing his paintings along the Eastern Seaboard and in Canberra, Lawrence continued to win many prizes, thus beginning his career as a professional artist.

 

Now married, Lawrence has continued his career full time for eighteen years. After numerous succesful exhibitions – both solo and collective – his works are in many private, corporate and government collections within Australia.

 

He has had exhibitions in Japan and the United States where he quickly obtained commissions by major clients and publishers. These commissions have taken him from as varied locations as Mt. Fuji and the Grand Canyon to the wilds of Deneli National Park in Alaska. They have covered subjects from landscape to wildlife to native American Indians. As a consequence, Lawrence is now finding a strong public following for his work abroad as well as at home in Australia.

 

(written 1995)