Artist's description:

Australia's largest raptor the wedge tailed eagles are found in the forest as well as ranging across the wide open skies of Australia. Perhaps the long wedge tail is an adaption for increased maneuverability through the loose eucalyptus forests. They build their nests here too. These huge birds can grow as big as any and in mythology represent all that is elevated and positive about humankind playing a huge part in the formulation of past cultural structures and current ambitions by communicating concepts that words may not have been able. Painted by the painter, Raymond Wittenberg

Materials used:

oil paint

Wedge tailed eagles at eyrie (2016)


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