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Kangaroo Island has the most amazing bird life, including endangered birds who migrate from Siberia on the Flyway as well as birds whom lay their eggs on the beaches of Kangaroo Island. I am a volunteer for BirdLife and peruse the beaches for signs of what is called scraps or their nests for eggs.

A clutch is usually three eggs but most do not make it due to human interference (dog walking off the leash), driving on beaches, blocking the path of chicks to get down to the tideline to feed and more. Then there is other predators, cats, goannas, silver gulls, pacific gulls, ravens and more.

In this painting a Common Greenshank comes down the Asia Pacific Flyway and uses the habitat of the Pied Oystercatcher and the Hoodie, or the Hooded Plover an endangered species.

To get a chick to juvenile stage is now challenging for these birds.  I paint to protect wildlife and nature and always sad to see how quickly man can destroy habitat like it is like a persons right.

My work is abstract expressionism, in this case mixed media on gessoed canvas with hardwood stretchers.

I also incorporate a nonsense poem into the media, such as Lewis Carol fables.

70x70x4cm

 

 

We Have a Visitor, C Greenshank

Kathryn Lewis

AUD$450
Size: 70w x 70h x 4d cms
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Kangaroo Island has the most amazing bird life, including endangered birds who migrate from Siberia on the Flyway as well as birds whom lay their eggs on the beaches of Kangaroo Island. I am a volunteer for BirdLife and peruse the beaches for signs of what is called scraps or their nests for eggs.

A clutch is usually three eggs but most do not make it due to human interference (dog walking off the leash), driving on beaches, blocking the path of chicks to get down to the tideline to feed and more. Then there is other predators, cats, goannas, silver gulls, pacific gulls, ravens and more.

In this painting a Common Greenshank comes down the Asia Pacific Flyway and uses the habitat of the Pied Oystercatcher and the Hoodie, or the Hooded Plover an endangered species.

To get a chick to juvenile stage is now challenging for these birds.  I paint to protect wildlife and nature and always sad to see how quickly man can destroy habitat like it is like a persons right.

My work is abstract expressionism, in this case mixed media on gessoed canvas with hardwood stretchers.

I also incorporate a nonsense poem into the media, such as Lewis Carol fables.

70x70x4cm