Artwork for sale by Dina
Each year I create a limited amount of artwork for sale as I balance work, home and my desire to be an artist.
After many years hiatus from creating art, I have returned to an original passion of mine .. creating fantasy furniture. However in this time of my life it is now fantasy doll chairs, costumes, accessories and furniture. Recently I stumbled across ball joint dolls...
I really wanted my Enchanted Doll Surrea to be a RED from Australia and a series of costumes to reflect not only how beautiful she is but how beautiful my homeland is. This costume is inspired by the beaches, but rather than the hot bright sunny beach I have opted for...
This trumpet shape form from copper wire is embellished with beads and shells and trails along as if its floating in the water.
This mural is the second in the series where I burnt an image using a pyrographic tool onto bluegum veneer. When driving through the devastated town where houses were destroyed almost randomly was so emotionally draining.. to be from the city one can’t imagine the terrifying day the residents endured.
This mural is the second in the series where I burnt an image using a pyrographic tool onto bluegum veneer. When visiting Kinglake after the fires earlier this year, I was intrigued by the amazing pace of regrowth .. it was oddly sporadic amongst the barren landscape.
This mural is a burnt image using a pyrographic tool onto bluegum veneer. This image depicts the emptiness one feels when walking through the fire affect zones and the hopelessness when you recall the fury of the heat and the wind, the day hell visited.
This mural is a mixed media mosaic depicting the land use of my Brisbane backyard. From the patio in the top left along the lawn, through the cobwebs in the sheaok forest down past the squiggly gun until you reach the bracken fern and creek at the bottom right.
This mural was inspired by a photograph from my Brisbane backyard of the leaves and and banksia cones scattered about the forest floor. The gold leaf covers a sculptural forest floor scene embedded by gemstones, knitted wire, glass beads and fused glass leaves.