Fence/Wall Print - Banksia


Fence/Wall Print - Banksia

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Achieve a stunning effect in your outdoor space with an image of an Australian native plant. Ideal for fences, walls, and indoor areas.  Our Prints are available in different sizes and can be easily installed by any DIYer. Choose your desired size in the dropdown above and add it to your cart; the freight rate will be adjusted based on your entire cart order. Please note that artwork may vary slightly due to cropping to fit the size specified. To explore more of our Australian artwork, click here. We deliver Australia-wide, and you can expect your new artwork in two weeks.

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 

About the Artist:


B.A. Ed (Secondary)QUT. B.A. Creative Arts (Fine)USQ.

Born in Brisbane 1973, Leigh Nicholson graduated Macgregor State High School in 1990 and went on to study a Bachelor of Creative Arts- (Fine Arts) University of Southern Queensland and a Bachelor of Education (Secondary) at Queensland University of Technology. Nicholson has been working professionally in a rural Tara since 1999. (A small country town 4 hours west of Brisbane).

Taking inspiration from national and international visual artists. Lecturers Piet Noest, Normana Wight and Charlie Boyle were influential in the early years in Toowoomba. They promoted Australian landscapes, mixed genres, light, studying the subtly of colour, abstraction and composition. Nicholson looks for beauty in nature and connecting with place that will inspire works. Reflecting on interesting studies of flora and fauna through photography and experimenting with drawing mediums are key to exploring and developing the composition.

Majoring in drawing, printmaking, photography and painting gave Nicholson the foundations and years of experience to be confident to teach and motivate othersIn return, nurturing student’s skills in the Western Downs has had a positive impact on the wellbeing in the Tara community. Nicholson has recently had work exhibited at The Dogwood Crossing Gallery at Miles, Qld in conjunction with the Western Downs Council.

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.

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