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‘Eucalyptus Flowers & Banksia with Blue-faced Honeyeater’, hand-coloured linocut on handmade Japanese paper.

This linocut measures 60 X 42 cm, smaller than most of my large ones but it has a lot packed into it!

It is an intricate composition and was quite a task to cut without losing my way. I am happy with the result as although it is not as graphic as some of my linos, there is a lot going on for repeated and close-up viewing.

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Eucalyptus Flowers & banksia with Blue-faced Honeyeater

Eucalyptus Flowers & banksia with Blue-faced Honeyeater

New on the site, 'Giant Spear Lily and Silvereye'

‘Giant Spear Lily and Silvereye’ hand-coloured linocut, click the image to view in it’s gallery.

The Giant Spear Lily is related to the Gymea Lily, instead of the flowers opening in a large head, with this Lily they open along the the arching stem. They are very large and showy! The Silvereye is a small native bird with a distinctive white ring around the eye.

New Linocut, Kookaburra and Giant Spear Lily

‘Kookaburra & Giant Spear Lily’ hand coloured linocut on a beautiful ‘Chiri’ Japanese handmade paper. The paper is a warm cream colour with small flecks of mulberry bark included.

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This work is currently on show at the exhibition ‘Wildthing’ at Lion Gate Lodge in the Sydney Royal Botanic Garden until Sunday 18th August 2019. There are also 5 other works of mine on show at the exhibition.

Kookaburra and Giant Spear Lily

Kookaburra and Giant Spear Lily