Ogmograptis

Walks in Kuringgai National Park, a study on Scribbly Gum Tree bark, palette knife oil on canvas, 20x20cm

Impressionist palette knife painting of the markings made by the Scribbly Gum moth, ‘Ogmograptis’ which leave distinctive scribbly burrowing patterns in the bark of this Eucalyptus tree.

*She’s currently drying and will be available for sale framed in recycled Aussie timber. Please inquire about this work via the contacts page.

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