Brolga reflection
by Susan Willemse


Brolgas together with the Sarus crane are Australia's only cranes. They are large and majestic yet delicate birds that mate for life and have inspiring "dances" to display to each other. This one had his wings clipped because he is extinct in the ACT and was here for Aviculture purposes at a local nature reserve, he has since been moved to a zoo but with the ability to paint his feathers full one can imagine the beauty of these birds of a time passed, their dances and poses reflected in the waters that in turn reflect in their white-light grey feathers with red dashes on their heads and white cheeks. It must have been a wonderful sight to see them in numbers and it is nice knowing that they survive elsewhere in Australia.

Artwork Details:

Price: Inquire for Price
Width: 60 CentimetersHeight: 90 Centimeters
Depth: 1.5 CentimetersWeight: 3.2 kgs (approx)
Type: Painting
State: Original
Mediums: Acrylic
Substrates: Canvas
Subjects: Wildlife, Unique, Realistic, Nature, Business Art, Birds, Artwork Series, Art For Large Spaces
Colors: Multi Color, Green, Brown (light), Blue (light)
Styles: Unique, Realism, Photorealism
Shapes: (rectangle)
Options: Hanging, Framing
Artist Register #: A10675
Artwork Certification #: B322932

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