28 x 38 cm
The underlying layers of the Angophora Costata or Sydney Red Gum reveal pitted salmon-pink new bark.
Lisa Marshall is a northern beaches artist inspired by the local environs, whether collecting washed up detritus while beachcombing or observing the intricate patterns of nature while bushwalking. She studied at La Trobe University in Mildura and completed her Visual Arts degree at the University of South Australia, specialising in photography. She has exhibited in many group shows and has been a finalist with Manly Arts Gallery & Museum, SWAP (Sustainable Waste 2 Art) Ryde Council and Inkmasters in Cairns.
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