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Cape Raoul, southern Tasmania
Watercolour and gouache on 640 gsm hot press Lana rag paper - H120 cms x W 150 cms. Framed
The Short-tailed Shearwater (Ardenna tenuirostris) is Australia’s most numerous seabird. During breeding season, millions converge on many small islands around southern Australia, with their stronghold in Bass Strait. Cape Raoul is at the southernmost tip of the Tasman Peninsula in Tasmania. The cape features rock platforms, towering 300 metre cliffs, columns and off-shore islands.
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100 cm x 80 cm Framed. Graphite on 640 gsm hot press rag paper
The Argonaut, or paper nautilus, is actually a pelagic octopus. Females make a parchment-like shell (up to 30cm) which is used to carry incubating eggs and to trap surface air, which helps them maintain buoyancy.
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