The last Grandis

AUD $500.00 Unframed

Pencil, gouache and gesso and River sediment on 356gsm Arches watercolour paper, 31mh x 21cmw

If you would like this artwork framed, please allow at least 2 weeks for professional framing in wood moulding in colour of your choice: black, white or natural oak are available.



The last Grandis (Eucalyptus grandis or flooded gum) stands tall. His white sheened armour glistens in the sun, with bulging venetian red stumps weeping from previous times.  As he stretches up his broken arms from many stormy nights, he protectively towers over the rich riparian vegetation below.

A sentinel of an immense age, possibly 500 hundred years old, his gigantic bark skirt is half hidden by the Water Gums, and his thick roots (like tractor tyres) snake around rocks and through soil, stabilising the riverbank.

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