Where Dragons Play, 2020, oil on canvas, 100 x 72 cm.
This work is inspired by the scene I enjoyed from the heights of Mt Hartz in December 2018 looking north toward Frenchman’s Cap in Tasmania’s south west wilderness. This is within Tasmania's South West National Park, and the area is known for its wild weather and rugged untouched Nature.
It is an extremely detailed work, so please find below close ups of the painting for an appreciation of the fine work involved.VISIT PRICELIST
Detail of wedge-tailed eagle (aquila audax), Australia’s largest bird of prey. It reaches a length of 100 to 120 cm. and weighs up to 3.5 kgs.
Rugged forested mountain details. This view is from an altitude of approximately 1150 metres.
The original plein-air – view from Mt. Hartz to Frenchman’s Cap, South West Tasmanian wilderness, 2018, charcoal on paper, 42 x 33cm.
If you would like a bit more background on the where, how and why of this painting then please see Painting South West Tasmania.