A Spot of Happiness, a print of a Wombat and a Spotted Pardalote
Whether a friendship is between unlikely companions or not, the value and benefits of friendships are immeasurable.
I've seen and photographed wombats many times in Tasmania's wilderness. There's nothing cuter than seeing a baby wombat running! They're so cute. They are gentle animals and I try to capture that gentleness and calmness in my paintings of wombats.
Wombats are marsupials native to Tasmania and the mainland of Australia. They are herbivores. Female wombats give birth to a single young in the spring and the young leave the pouch after about six months.
The Spotted Pardalote is a gorgeous, tiny endangered bird that lives in eastern or southern Australia. Bird watchers, who want to see them, often go to Bruny Island, a very short distance off of Tasmania, to try to spot them.
This print is printed on William Turner 310gsm print version textured water colour paper, which retains the look and feel of water colour paintings. No wonder I have so many people ask me if the print is an original painting!
The A-4 sizes of "A Spot of Happiness" is a Limited Edition print run of 100, numbered, titled and signed by me, the artist.
The A-3 sizes of "A Spot of Happiness" is a Limited Edition print run of 5 50, numbered, titled and signed by me, the artist.
The A-2 and A-1 sizes of "A Spot of Happiness" are a Limited Edition print run of 30, numbered, titled and signed by me, the artist.
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