Everything is connected: Hope

This painting is by Perth based artist Jane Coffey. It was exhibited as part of the 'Fine Art at Perth College' event in April 2022.

Everything is connected: Light

This painting was exhibited as part of the 'Fine Art at Perth College' event in April 2022 Ref/134 Dimensions 410 x 510mm Acrylic on linen

Refuge: Warren River

Ref/122 Dimensions 510 x 760mm Medium Oil on linen Framing Bespoke Jarrah Frame SOLD Currently showing until December 2021 at 'Prescribed Sanctuary' at Future Shelter. — Burnt Blackbutt, Warren River.

A Thousand Cuts

Ref/129 Dimensions 302 x 405mm Medium Oil on banksia SOLD Currently showing until December 2021 at 'Prescribed Sanctuary' at Future Shelter. — Fragmented: Burnt: Disconnected. Death by a thousand cuts.

Prescribed Burn: Ground

Ref/128 Dimensions 302 x 405mm Medium Oil on Linen Framing Handmade Jarrah Frame SOLD Currently showing until December 2021 at 'Prescribed Sanctuary' at Future Shelter. —

Prescribed Burn: Jarrah Bark

Ref/126 Dimensions 302 x 405mm Medium Oil on Linen Framing Handmade Jarrah Frame $990 Currently showing until December 2021 at 'Prescribed Sanctuary' at Future Shelter. — Burnt Jarrah. Each plant species has an optimal timeline for recovery between burns.

Resilience: Underwood Avenue

Ref/118 Dimensions 915 x 1220mm Medium Oil on linen Framing Bespoke Jarrah Frame SOLD — Banksia prionotes. This area is located in Shenton Park and is currently under threat from development.

Resilience: Warren River

Ref/116 Dimensions 208 x 455 x 16mm Medium Oil and acrylic on Banksia SOLD Currently showing until December 2021 at 'Prescribed Sanctuary' at Future Shelter. — Burnt Marri and Tassel flower regrowth, Warren River.

Resilience: Banksia

Ref/115 Dimensions 370 x 570mm Medium Oil and acrylic on Banksia Hooks and picture wire is attached to the back. No framing necessary. SOLD Currently showing until December 2021 at 'Prescribed Sanctuary' at Future Shelter. — Dendrochronology: The trees are watching. Prescribed Burns and wildfires encouraged by human intervention climate change are recorded

Resilience: Bush Stone-Curlew

Ref/14 Dimensions 208 x 455 x 16mm Medium Oil on Linen Currently showing until December 2021 at 'Prescribed Sanctuary' at Future Shelter . — The Bush Stone-curlew, or Bush Thick-knee, is a large, slim, ground-dwelling bird. Bush Stone-curlews are nocturnal, doing all their feeding and other activities at night.