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Queensland abstract artist, Olga Carolan, turned a near-death experience into extraordinary beauty, painting creative works that enrich, delight and challenge. For Olga, the practice of painting gives her a place where she can be in her “Zen moment” without any boundaries or obstructions. “Every abstract painting is an ever-expanding imprint of a particular moment of time from my past, present or future,” she reflects. The bright and cheerful Dahlia’s Love the Sun is the ideal way to let nature in and add a splash of colour to an otherwise dull space. Available in eight sizes, delivered stretched and ready to hang, with free shipping

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