‘Recently I was part of a show at Manly Art Gallery & Museum and staying at Q-Station, and I grabbed the chance to take a ferry across the harbour,’ says Julie. ‘At the time I didn’t know about the endangered population of Long-nosed bandicoots at North Head - or the great work Australian Wildlife Conservancy has been doing to save these and other species out there. Thank the goddess for people who have great science-based initiatives and the energy to create sanctuaries like this to protect Sydney’s biodiversity.’

Long-nosed bandicoot

  • We print on acid-free archival Canson paper using the latest pigment ink printing technology. That’s what the best art museums use to achieve vibrant colour, brightness, clarity and longevity. 

    The paper is 310 gsm cotton rag which makes for a smooth, matte finish. 

    Every digitally printed artwork is signed and numbered by Julie and available in two sizes. 

    70 x 70cm is $595 

    40 x 40cm is $275