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Nadia Suartika, 'Senecio gypsicola', 2018, digital print on fine art paper, edition of 15

125.00

Showcasing four artists associated with The Mill, The Limited Edition Prints Series presents work from each artist in an edition of 15 prints.

Funds raised by Limited Edition Prints series will feed directly back into The Mill’s organisational programming.

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Showcasing the work of four amazing artists associated with The Mill, The Limited Edition Prints Series presents one work from each of the four artists in an edition of 15 prints.  This exclusive series of artworks by leading South Australian artists appeals to a crowd of young collectors as well as art aficionados. The series makes artworks affordable for a wide audience while at the same time supporting The Mill, a not-for-profit Arts organisation. The funds raised by Limited Edition Prints series will feed directly back into The Mill’s organisational programming, and help to support artists residencies, subsidised studios and other aspects of our Professional Pathways stream.

Nadia Suartika

Senecio gypsicola, 2018, digital print on fine art paper, edition of 15

$125 each unframed, all profits support The Mill

‘This is my interpretation of the plant Senecio gypsicola. I wanted to capture the feeling and elements of the plant, from the ground components, to the bloom and seeds in my intuitive language of pattern.’ Senecio gypsicola is endemic to South Australia and found in the north-central area, it grows on mounds of black gypseous clay and ephemeral herbfields.

Senecio from the Latin ‘senex’ meaning old man; referring to the white papas attached to the seed. (SA Seed Conservation Centre)

Nadia Suartika is an artist, designer and tattooist with XO L’Avant. She is the founder of Nadika, a range of jewellery and embroidery pieces. Nadia is a self taught artist and has had a strong interest in plants from an early age which led her to study horticulture. Now living on a native bush block in the Adelaide hills, Nadia continues her study of plants using a creative process of documenting local & South Australian natives through illustration and design. Nadia draws inspiration from her Balinese-European heritage and her family of creatives. Built on a foundation of intuitive art, her work is simultaneously delicate and bold. Playful colours and shapes interact with each other, reminiscent of multicultural tapestries and the intricate patterns of the natural world.