‘The Swift parrot’s stunning bright colours make me think of Jenny Kee,’ says Julie. Swift parrots only breed in Tasmania, and they nip over to mainland Australia to feast on flowering eucalypts in the dry sclerophyll forests. They pollinate blue and black gum trees, which are crucial to supporting vast ecosystems and the Tasmanian economy. The species is critically endangered due to clearing of old-growth forests and predation by sugar gliders. Birdlife Australia is actively monitoring this species and holding governments to account.
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