Fence/Wall Print - Barramundi


Fence/Wall Print - Barramundi

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Transform your outdoor area into something amazing, with Australian Indigenous Art.

About our prints options


Beyond their use as beautiful decoration, our art prints will assist with climbing hazards.  Printed on metal and UV printed they are easy to install using self-tapping screws


Printed on metal using UV ink easy to install using self-tapping screws


The image is printed on one side but can still be seen on the other side and air will flow through. Stitched and eyelets for easy attaching using cable ties. They also assist with adding privacy.


Linen look finish our wallpaper looks amazing on indoor walls 

Please select the size you would like from the dropdown above and add to cart. Your entire cart will be used to calculate the correct freight rate, so you may add as few or as many of these designs as you need. *Art work vary slightly due to cropping to make at your required size. Click here to view more Indigenous art panels

We ship Australia wide, but please allow 2 weeks for printing and delivery of your brand new artwork.

Should you want to make them a different size or have any questions please contact Mark on 0418 745 044 / mark@pdf.net.au and he will be happy to help assist you with custom pricing.

Inspiration behind Barramundi 

Spawning takes place usually when it’s a full moon or new moon as that’s when the tidal activity is at its strongest. 

Females can produce up to 40 million eggs during spawning season but unfortunately only 90 percent of larvae and juveniles die in the first few months. 

A Barra’s age can be determined by counting the growth rings on their scales (Just like counting the growth rings on trees). 

About this amazing Artist:
My name is Sharaya Summers, I am proud Mandingalbay Yidinji woman from Far North Queensland. I was born and raised in Brisbane but have since moved back to Cairns with my little family, closer to our ‘country’.

Mandingalbay Yidinji country is located from the Trinity Inlet, near Cairns, over the Malbon Thompson Range, across the coastal plain to the south of Yarrabah and into the Coral Sea, including the Franklin Islands. I started selling my art in 2020 under ‘Marriji Designs’, ‘Marriji’ meaning ‘baby possum’. This name was given to me by one of Great Grandfathers when I was a baby. I spread my culture through my art, all self taught and I am continuing to learn along my journey as an artist. I use a few different mediums, painting on canvas (acrylics and mixed media), digital art and my favourite being wood burning (pyrography). My artwork usually consists of my life experiences and our wonderful native flora and fauna, a lot of the time my artwork is influenced by what I see.

Outside of art I absolutely love adventuring outdoors with my family. #Marriji Designs

*Please note all Artists are paid an original price and then they are paid commissions monthly on the artwork sold