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    • Outrigger, Bububu, Zanzibar
      This artwork is from the Asante Sana Collection by South African fine arts photographer David Ballam. It features a typical view of the traditional outrigger boats, or Ngwalas, used by the Swahili people on the spectacular island of Zanzibar, off the coast of Tanzania, southern Africa.

      This image is a portrait orientation.
      Available in a wooden framed canvas or fine art print. 

    • Framed canvas:
      50'' x 35'' (89 x 127cm)
      74'' x 50'' (127 x 188cm)

      Unframed original archival paper prints:
      35'' x 25'' prints (90 x 63cm)
      Image & white border: 35" x 25" (90 x 63cm)
      Actual image: 32" x 21" (81 x 54cm)

      63'' x 43'' prints (159 x 110cm)
      Image & white border: 63'' x 43" (159 x 110cm)
      Actual image: 56" x 38" (143 x 95.5cm)

    • Framed canvas:
      Digital Signature placed on the Print. Not Editioned.
      The canvas is stretched onto a frame and framed in a reclaimed African wood frame. 
      Rembrandt Canvas 380 g/m2:
      A UV resistant 100% cotton fabric with a white matt surface. A high-resolution coating on the printing side provides for well-contrasted, high resolution and high-density image reproduction.

      Unframed original archival paper prints:
      Limited Edition, Hand Signed & Embossed.
      Tecco PFR 295 Fine Art Rag (295g/m2)
      A natural white, 10oz (295g) fine art paper. This 100% cotton paper has a fine homogeneous surface texture (smooth). Being absolutely acid-free and characterised by a neutral PH value, the paper is extremely resistant to aging and is very light-stable. The print results of this medium meet the highest artistic standards.

    • Limited Edition Art Print: Please expect between 2-3 weeks for delivery. 
      Framed Canvas: Please expect between 8-12 weeks for delivery.

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I am absolutely in love with the David Ballam art I bought through Sarza. It’s a large piece of art, over 6 feet tall so the scale is fantastic and hard to find. Especially for the price! I love the reclaimed wood frame and quality of the print. I bought several pieces for my beach house and for clients and everyone always loves them. So unique and have that black and white modern vibe that i love. It’s nerve wracking buying art through an online shop but Sarza has always provided me with impeccable customer service. They are great communicators and care about nurturing relationships with their clients in a way that is rare these days. Ania Dunlop, Designer at Home for Zen.

Thanks Ania. We appreciate this amazing review. The artworks look incredible in your beautiful home. We love your incredible eye for design.