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Red Rump Grass Parrots is a medium sized work in square  format, painted in acrylic on deep sided stretched cotton duck. The painting features multiple grass parrots on an abstracted background. This work is unframed, with raw, clean canvas sides, but is ready to hang on deep sided canvas.The colours feature warm blues with red and green as the natural colour of the parrots against a pale yellow background.

The inspiration for this painting came from my love of Australian native fauna, particularly our native birds. Painting our native birds is my way of supporting biodiversity and encouraging an appreciation of our natural environment and our native birds. I love the painting the environment, particularly the central west of NSW where I live. I live on small acreage and often see grass parrots feeding in the late afternoon and early evening. You have to look carefully as they are often camouflaged against the yellow grass strands. They are very shy birds and quickly take to the sky if disturbed.

Red rump grass parrots

Karen Ritchie

AUD$395
Size: 76w x 76h x 3.5d cms
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Acrylic on stretched cotton duck

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Additional Information

Red Rump Grass Parrots is a medium sized work in square  format, painted in acrylic on deep sided stretched cotton duck. The painting features multiple grass parrots on an abstracted background. This work is unframed, with raw, clean canvas sides, but is ready to hang on deep sided canvas.The colours feature warm blues with red and green as the natural colour of the parrots against a pale yellow background.

The inspiration for this painting came from my love of Australian native fauna, particularly our native birds. Painting our native birds is my way of supporting biodiversity and encouraging an appreciation of our natural environment and our native birds. I love the painting the environment, particularly the central west of NSW where I live. I live on small acreage and often see grass parrots feeding in the late afternoon and early evening. You have to look carefully as they are often camouflaged against the yellow grass strands. They are very shy birds and quickly take to the sky if disturbed.