About this artwork
oil on a cradled wood panel. Sides painted Black, wire across the back, ready to hang.
I spent much of my childhood playing , swimming and exploring the coastal river at Wooli on NSW north coast. some of that time involved the Mangroves that grew at places along the shore.
Mangroves are very important for the health of our rivers and are important in the life cycle of much marine life.
this painting is in oil paint on a cradled wood panel, and is of some of the Mangroves along the shore at Kareena Creek, a tributary of Port Hacking in Sydneys South. W80 x H60.5 x2 cm