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The Parrots of KI by Kathryn Lewis – Kangaroo Island is known for its’ rich diversity of wildlife and botanicals. In 2019, the bushfires put the natural world of the island under stress with many doubts of recovery. The habitat of the parrots as well as other animals was of concern of their ability to nest in the next breeding season which around July-September. With many keen birdwatchers, it is promising to see chicks hatching flocks flying overhead and some continuance of the species.

My work is mainly neo expressionistic in oil paint and beeswax, where I focus on the genius of nature to use camouflage and colour to enhance survival. The tail feathers, the flowers, claws for grabbing onto Drooping Sheoaks, different calls are all marvels of the ability for birds to survive the disasters of fires, floods and drought.

The painting does not include Galah’s, Sulpher Crested or Little Corella’s which are considered pests. The painting does include: Glossy Black Cockatoo’s, Yellow-tailed Cockatoos, Gang- Gang Cockatoos, Cockatiel’s, Rainbow Lorikeet’s Musk Lorikeet, Little Lorikeet, Purple-Crowned Lorikeet’s, Crismson Rosella, Blue-winged parrot, Elegant Parrot and Rock Parrot,

The Parrots of KI

Kathryn Lewis

AUD$950
Size: 123w x 22h x 4d cms
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Oil and beeswax on canvas

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123x73x4cm

 

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The Parrots of KI by Kathryn Lewis – Kangaroo Island is known for its’ rich diversity of wildlife and botanicals. In 2019, the bushfires put the natural world of the island under stress with many doubts of recovery. The habitat of the parrots as well as other animals was of concern of their ability to nest in the next breeding season which around July-September. With many keen birdwatchers, it is promising to see chicks hatching flocks flying overhead and some continuance of the species.

My work is mainly neo expressionistic in oil paint and beeswax, where I focus on the genius of nature to use camouflage and colour to enhance survival. The tail feathers, the flowers, claws for grabbing onto Drooping Sheoaks, different calls are all marvels of the ability for birds to survive the disasters of fires, floods and drought.

The painting does not include Galah’s, Sulpher Crested or Little Corella’s which are considered pests. The painting does include: Glossy Black Cockatoo’s, Yellow-tailed Cockatoos, Gang- Gang Cockatoos, Cockatiel’s, Rainbow Lorikeet’s Musk Lorikeet, Little Lorikeet, Purple-Crowned Lorikeet’s, Crismson Rosella, Blue-winged parrot, Elegant Parrot and Rock Parrot,

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