(21) Coastal Bushland Orara River Australia 1996


89 x 130 cm

Typical northern NSW bushland after some rain (water in foreground of pathway) Earlier settlers in Australia cleared the heavily timbered forest of red cedars and mahogany, leaving an assortment of Malaleuca and Eucalypt species. Recent marginal cattle runs further depleted the area. Australia is a dry and critical continent and due to environmentally conscious habitation, the rate of deforestation is hopefully being halted. This is a large format painting requiring adaquate wallspace.

 

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