8.00" x 4.50"
10.00" x 6.50"
Albatross flying over Otago new Zealand Poster
by Sam Hall
Albatross flying over Otago new Zealand by Sam Hall - 8" x 4.5"
Luster Photo Paper
Rolled in a Tube
Albatross flying over Otago new Zealand poster by Sam Hall. Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
The albatross found at Otago, New Zealand, is known as the Royal Albatross, and it is a magnificent bird that holds significant cultural and... more
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The albatross found at Otago, New Zealand, is known as the Royal Albatross, and it is a magnificent bird that holds significant cultural and ecological importance to the region. The Royal Albatross has a wingspan of up to 3 meters, making it one of the largest flying birds in the world. They are known for their distinctive white plumage, hooked beaks, and their ability to glide over the ocean for days without touching down on land.
The albatross is considered a cultural icon of the region, and it has significant importance to the local Maori people. They believe that the bird is a messenger from the gods and that it brings good fortune to those who see it. Additionally, the Royal Albatross is an essential part of the ecological balance of the region, and their presence is a sign of a healthy marine ecosystem.
Sadly, the Royal Albatross is also threatened by human activities such as commercial fishing, habitat loss, and pollution. Conservation efforts are being undertaken...
About Sam Hall
As a hyperrealist painting with acrylics, I am inspired primarily by Nature, which provides everything I need. That said, I have been influenced by painters like Brian La Saga, a Canadian artist who also specializes in Nature, the New Zealand artist Graham Sydney and the young Serbian painter Veljko Djurjevic, whose paintings of mountains and forests are sublime. Prior to actually painting, I may take as many as half a dozen to 40 or 50 photographs of a scene from different angles and perspectives, including close-up details. I then concentrate on the composition, perspective, balance and colour,. I use photographs only for reference. Unlike photorealists, I do not merely copy photographs, but interpret them in order to create my own...
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