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One of the saddest days in my life, American River on Kangaroo Island is being massively developed, doubling the size of the sleepy little village. The beauty, diversity and history of the town is a national treasure, but the government is selling us out.

This large drawing in carbon pencil is a testimony to the bird life, the fishing in the river and the wildlife which will be lost as massive trucks are barged into the river from Asia.

This drawing recently was awarded the drawing prize at the KI Easter Art Show by the Director of the South Australia Art Museum… Rhana Davenport and the Guildhouse.

The Glossy Blacks use to feed in my backyard. After the breeding season they also proudly showed off their new chick. It was a very happy day as they appeared to be showing off their new offspring.  The fish in the picture are from the River, or inlet of American River which has this most dazzling display of diversity. The drawing shows the silence of the glossy’s , the steps are from the Prospect Hill, where Mathew Flinders stood to survey the landscape now scared with the steps engineered by council.

Fabriano Paper

200 (length) x140 (width) cm

Paved Paradise, Put up a Parking Lot

Kathryn Lewis

AUD$1,650
Size: 140w x 198h cms
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Carbon pencil and graphite on Fabriano Paper

Requires framing to hang

200 (h) x 140 (l)  cm

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One of the saddest days in my life, American River on Kangaroo Island is being massively developed, doubling the size of the sleepy little village. The beauty, diversity and history of the town is a national treasure, but the government is selling us out.

This large drawing in carbon pencil is a testimony to the bird life, the fishing in the river and the wildlife which will be lost as massive trucks are barged into the river from Asia.

This drawing recently was awarded the drawing prize at the KI Easter Art Show by the Director of the South Australia Art Museum… Rhana Davenport and the Guildhouse.

The Glossy Blacks use to feed in my backyard. After the breeding season they also proudly showed off their new chick. It was a very happy day as they appeared to be showing off their new offspring.  The fish in the picture are from the River, or inlet of American River which has this most dazzling display of diversity. The drawing shows the silence of the glossy’s , the steps are from the Prospect Hill, where Mathew Flinders stood to survey the landscape now scared with the steps engineered by council.

Fabriano Paper

200 (length) x140 (width) cm

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