Artist Gooitzen van der Meer captures the Black-flanked rock-wallaby (Petrogale lateralis) in incredible detail in this gorgeous illustration.
The shy black-flanked rock-wallaby lives on granite outcrops where it shelters in caves and crevices. Black-flanked rock-wallabies are classed as 'Vulnerable' and suffer from predation by feral cats and foxes and the effects of habitat loss due to land clearing. They live on a diet of annual or perennial grasses, and succulents, herbs, leaves and fruit. They have a thick, woolly coat and a slight brush on the end of their tail.
Each print comes with a small presentation card to display with your print, providing information about your illustration along with a personally signed message from the artist.
Item #: 6/14
Size: 297mm x 420mm (A3)
Paper: Archival, watercolour
Information on 'how to care for your print' and a full description of the artwork are included.
All of the artist's images have graced the covers or 'Urban antics' columns or 'Nature's pin-up' sections of LANDSCOPE: WA's parks, wildlife and conservation magazine.