Every morning I drive past the Rolleston Railway Station. Boarded up and painted a deep charcoal grey, it appears as a dark ominous shape marking the entrance to Rolleston township. I became curious as to what was hiding under those layers. My research revealed a piece of mid-century modern architecture. Functional and utilitarian? Absolutely. Yet the idea that it might be possible to find some beauty beneath the layers of paint and plywood intrigued me. This print is my way of sharing another view of Rolleston Station, a view that Rolleston commuters never get to see.
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Additional Information about this Limited Edition Artwork
Artist: Margaret White
Title: Rolleston Station
Edition Size: Edition of 5 (variable edition)
Variable Edition For Sale: 5/5 VE (Hand tinted Yellow Bricks)
Medium: Linocut on archival cotton rag with watercolour detailing
Dimensions of Artwork (H x W): 250mm x 250mm
Framing (Optional): White solid wood box frame. Print float mounted on archival matboard. Frame ready to hang on delivery with fixings on frame (picture hook not included).
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Limited Edition Prints
This is a limited edition print. For more information on limited edition prints please feel free to check out this blog post. I do reserve the right to use the image for other purposes. For example: calendars, greeting cards, merchandise and other items of a similar nature.
Variable Edition Prints
This is a variable edition print. Please see the additional information above indicating which variation of the edition is currently for sale. Please contact me if you are interested in one of the other variations as they may still be available. For more information on variable edition prints please feel free to check out this blog post.