Bloodwood No.25 Photographic Art

BLOODWOOD NO.25 is a stunning photographic print on canvas depicting a leafs final stages of decay before it's colour becomes muted, this process of colour loss happens quickly over a few days. 

The Bloodwood art range is printed on Hahnemeuhle Monet Canvas and is coated with a protective spray that seals the print, increases abrasion resistance and makes the surface of the print water repellent.

The canvas is then stretched and mounted in a floating frame of Tasmanian Oak. 

Red Bloodwood (Corymbia gummifera) is a native eucalyptus tree found along a thin coastal strip of the eastern seaboard of Australia from Brisbane to Mallacoota.

Photography by Sharon Cutajar and Alan Delaney, Melbourne 

Limited edition of 50

Product Details:

  • Dimensions: 775W x 50D x 1510mm H 
  • Materials: Tasmanian oak frame and canvas 
  • Delivery: Made to order - allow up to three weeks for delivery
  • Customisation Options: 
  • Mounting is portrait, please indicate if you prefer landscape
  • Frame is Natural Tasmanian Oak, please indicate if you prefer black frame


Sharon Cutajar, Melbourne born and bred, happened upon photography as both a product of, and a vehicle for her love of the outdoors and the natural environment.

She was a founding member of Start Artist Collective Inc. and has worked on many projects communicating human and social concerns to the broader community.


Alan Delaney is a British born photographer whose personal and commissioned work has concentrated on cities and their architecture with a penchant for nocturnal exploration. This culminated in the book ‘London after Dark’, a monograph on the fabric of London, published by Phaedon Press in 1993. His work has been exhibited, awarded and acquired for several public and private collections. Alan migrated to Australia in 1998.


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