Yuraygir goanna (ii) First state
From the "I am the landscape" series featuring Australian native fauna in situ, this is one of the lace monitors I encountered at Minnie Water in the Yuraygir National Park. There is something a little frightening about these enormous reptiles, of which I saw several, including two who faced off in a territorial stoush just next to the camp site. They are inquisitive and beautiful.
A two plate aluminium etching using sugar lift and open bite etching.
This is a first state and unique print, meaning there is only one exactly like this. I have since changed the yellow plate, so any further prints will differ. Not yet for sale. Please enquire.
Image size 59 x 41cm
Printed on Hahnemuhle art paper.
Actual colours may vary from those shown on your computer screen.
Sold unframed. Posted rolled in a sturdy mailing tube.