LYLE AH SAM | Calling of the Cranes Framed Print Edition 3
LYLE AH SAM | Calling of the Cranes Framed Print Edition 3
LYLE AH SAM | Calling of the Cranes Framed Print Edition 3
LYLE AH SAM | Calling of the Cranes Framed Print Edition 3
LYLE AH SAM | Calling of the Cranes Framed Print Edition 3

LYLE AH SAM | Calling of the Cranes Framed Print Edition 3

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Calling of the Cranes

Inkjet Museum Etching 350gsm

Print is framed in white timber and glass
Signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity.

Free pick-up from Jannali NSW store.

If you require shipping you will need to purchase an unframed version (Edition 4). Please select the "unframed" $650 version which will be delivered rolled.


About the Work:

The intent is to evoke inspiration and deep recognition of the unique value, connection, and bond to land and sky of Lyle's indigenous culture.

The White Crane embodies the divine masculine & feminine energies within us all. The White Crane stands tall, chest out and chin up. They are aware of the part they play. They tell us ‘Be proud of the sum of the parts and marvel in the whole, as you are connected to it all".

The water lily teaches us about resilience, growing from and through the mud. The water lily teaches us about fertility and the possibilities of life in all of its beauty.

This is a high-quality reproduction of Lyle Ah Sam's original acrylic paint on canvas of the same name. It was commissioned by Bangor Public School, Sydney for the Indigenous children of that school and hangs proudly for all to see and admire.

This exclusive print is signed and numbered by the artist and comes with certificate of authenticity.


 

About Lyle Ah Sam:

Lyle Ah Sam is a First Nations artist and owner of Soul Reign. He is a Mitakoodi / Wakka Wakka man who grew up in Larrakia, Northern Territory. He is based in Dharawal, NSW. His knowledge is passed down from his elders. His art and practice hold strong cultural significance and spiritual value.

Lyle is a contemporary Raark artist that uses traditional mediums and techniques. His education and expertise is knowledge passed down to him by his Uncle Johnny Daylight-Lacey. Uncle Johnny Daylight-Lacey was taught by his elder, Uncle Joseph Baird-Wallis, whose teacher was Uncle David Malangi.

The story and subject in his works, whether it be an animal or a species of plant, possess a spiritual essence — a soul. His art explores this vitality within his subject and how it's connected and influenced by the landscape and spirit of place. His predominant medium is acrylic on canvas.

His palette is earthy ochre hues that hold cultural significance. Lyle’s inspiration is sourced from his culture and relationship with land, sky, and sea.

Soul Reign acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ continuing connection to land, place, waters and community. We pay our respects to them, their heritage and cultures; and to elders past, present and emerging.