Uluru by Nate Polta

by Lemonade Art Gallery


An acrylic print by travel photographer, Nate Polta.

Location: Ayers Rock, Australia

Date: July 2018

About the photo: Australia is home to the Aboriginal people, the oldest continuous culture on Earth. Uluru is a very significant part of the indigenous culture and history. Their explanation on how Uluru formed resolves around their 10 ancestral beings. As each these ancestral spirits from the Dreamtime had a hand at creating the rock. The southern area of Uluru formed due to the war between the poisonous and carpet snakes. The north-west side of Uluru formed from the hare people, otherwise known as Mala. The indigenous community regards Uluru as a living form, and it is especially sacred to the Yankunytjatjara and Pitjantjatjara people. They consider this structure a dwelling for past spirits to live in.

What 's an Acrylic Print? This photo is printed on clear, digital grade acrylic measuring .220" thick. Our Acrylic Prints come standard with a recessed float mount frame ready to hang on the wall. With the inset frame, each print has the appearance of magically floating ½” off the wall. Most Acrylic Prints suck but it’s almost absurd how sharp these look. They are printed directly onto the acrylic substrate, unlike other acrylics. They’re also easy to clean. Just buff with a microfiber cloth and you are good to go.

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Finished backing, hanging hardware, and bumper corners come standard. *Except limited edition prints from Lococo Fine Art, Inc. 

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Each print is made-to-order. We inspect each one to ensure you get the highest quality. Expect 7 - 10 days.