The large organic forms in "Yellow Water Cruising I" and "Yellow Water Cruising II" symbolize the giant lily pads that float on the surface of the Yellow Water Billabong in Kakadu. This Billabong is the main waterway in the area and serves as a natural supermarket of food and a life source for the surrounding ecosystem.

The delicate lines running through each lily pad show the interconnectedness of the leaves, which act as a natural filtration system for the Billabong and are dependent on each other.

The hints of warm yellow and orange hues between the dense layers of green and blue paint represent the routine of the lily pad as it stretches out to the sun during the day and folds in on itself at night.

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Australia’s most exciting emerging contemporary visual artist, Lara Scolari’s gestural paintings have made a serious splash on the international art scene.

"I have learnt not to get too caught up in the outcomes but to just let the process happen and the magic will come".

Lara Scolari produces exquisite statement artworks for Architects, Interior Designers, Home Owners, Stylists and Decorating Professionals that give the WOW factor, and enhance and complete a space.

At ArchiPro we recognise and acknowledge the existing, original and ancient connection Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have to the lands and waterways across the Australian continent. We pay our respects to the elders past and present. We commit to working together to build a prosperous and inclusive Australia.