The Wilmot River is represented in panel 3. The glass has been cut and places to provide a movement typical of this river. Running with rainforest remnants from the logging upstream and with news paper cuttings, it tells the story of the loss of landscape accruing along the way.
Panel 4 shows the Casuarina leaves captured in-between the glass as you would find it in the landscape on the ground. A fine acidic pine smelling leaf which starts to grows past the rainforest, into the dominant Eucalyptus forests and down to the sea.
This is my gallery, here on this web page and I have a house and studio full of art works that need to be sold.
I also have my paintings and photographs on Sarah King painting, artist sight. http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/sarah-king.htm
I hope to earn enough money to buy a glass kiln so I can continue my glass collection of the Gondwanaland species.
I live in isolation near the mountains of Tasmania, cut my wood so I can heat my water and cook. I work in my studio at home.
I am a multi-skilled artist often working with recycled and found materials. I live near Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia, the little Island south of the eastern coast of Australia.
I am inspired by the wonderful unique Gondwanaland Rainforest...
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