Inglewood Triangle Bushland: Warmth

“Everything is connected”

Ref/135
Dimensions 
510 x 760mm
Medium Oil on linen
Unframed

Available from the Lawley Art Auction 2022 on Saturday 18th June. If you would like to learn more about this piece contact Jane.

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This Banksia menziesii plant is located area of native bushland called the Inglewood Triangle close to Mount Lawley High School. The warmth of colour in the painting can be experienced in the late afternoon light and conveys some element of hope that we can continue to protect this bushland from development and climate change. This painting belongs to a series of expressive paintings called “Everything is connected” that express how Banksia menziesii flowers draw in both pollinators and human viewers using colour and wonder. Pollinators are essential for the ongoing survival of the bushland. However, in modern times, the survival of the bushland also relies on human intervention through dieback prevention, replanting and monitoring.