Mixed Media on canvas, stretched and ready to hang.
Signed on the front.
Time passes near the creek in Australia, from the tiny dinosaurs to children having fun swinging on a rope into the water. People are the only ones to design their own extinction. I hope we may survive and swim in the creek in one thousand years. The collage photos are of Australian children from the last 100 years and drawings of Australian extinct animals. This narrative art is evocative and beautiful. The Gum tree stands strong and proud. Drawings from Peter Schouten 1987 book The Antipodean Ark. Creatures include Fulgurotherium Australe, Thylacines, Bematherium Angulum. Childrens photos from near the Daley River Northern Territory. La Trobe Library photos in the 1981 book. The Young Australians by John Larkin and Bruce Howard. Aboriginal boys in a canoe early 1900s. Boys Swim 1962.
Acrylic paint and collage on canvas. Sealed with liquitex varnish.
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Stretched and ready to hang
This artwork is currently stretched and ready to hang.