About the Subject
Original drawing of a ‘smiling’ Quokka.
Quokkas (Setonix brachyurus) are a small species of macropod which are found in Western Australia, primarily on Rottnest Island. The island got its name from a Dutch explorer who mistook the Quokka for a large rat, thus naming the island ‘Rotte Nest’ meaning rats nest. These little marsupials have endeared themselves to the world and have been called the happiest animals in the world as it looks like they’re always smiling!
About the Artwork
- Original drawing is unmounted and unframed
- Faber-castell Polychromos (oil-based) pencils on HP watercolour paper
- Finished with an archival matte varnish
- Shipped flat-packed using Australia post, express & insured
- Colours may vary slightly to what you see on your computer monitor due to differences in monitor calibrations