40 Spotted Pardalote

Tasmania’s endemic 40 spot Pardalote is now extremely rare. The eggs and young are preyed upon by introduced sugar gliders and the birds’ preferred habitat is shrinking. I have painted this parent feeding lerps to its juvenile; lerps are a white, sugary excretion from an insect called a psyllid, found on the leaves of the Manna gum. When painting flowers, I am constantly surprised by how many variations of ‘white’ exist! 

Details

Medium: Watercolour

Each print is offered unframed ($75.00 AUD) or framed and is numbered and signed. We offer black, white, or natural standard frames when selecting the frame option. Please select your preferred option from the drop-down box above. 

All of Sylvie’s artworks are offered here as Limited Edition Prints of 20 (A4 or 210mm x 297), with all proceeds going to the work done by Tasmanian Wild Baby Rescue. Professional photography is used for all images of these artworks and all are printed on Hahnemuhle (315gsm) Museum grade archival paper.

Shipping

Free domestic shipping in Australia is included for Sylvie's Limited-Edition Prints. Each print is packaged and shipped from the RIMAAD studio, in Palm Cove, Queensland.

International shipping

Please note, a small additional fee will apply to ship all Limited-Edition Prints outside Australia. Please contact us at info@rimaad.com for all inquiries.