About the Subject
Original drawing of a female Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby on a rock with a joey in her pouch.
Yellow-footed Rock Wallabies (Petrogale xanthopus) have beautiful colours ranging from soft grey to burnt orange and have distinctive white cheek stripes. They used to be widespread throughout the semi-arid range areas of South Australia, NSW and south-west Queensland. Their numbers have since dramatically declined and are now found in isolated colonies.
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