Artist: Diane Tyhurst Aboriginal Girl; 11x14" watercolor and mixed media, unframed
Her eyes reflect the spiritual and cultural connection between man and marsupial. Aboriginal people in Australia see marsupials, especially kangaroos, as strong symbols of both the strength of the male and the gentleness of the female embodied in one beautiful animal. $100.00
Artist: Diane Tyhurst Dr. Brian May - Royality: 11X14" watercolor and mixed media, unframed
This man's accomplishments include being an astrophysicist and working with Stephen Hawking, an animal activist working tirelessly to fight for the rights of honey badgers, foxes and hedgehogs in Great Britain, and a performer and songwriter for 50 years as the lead guitarist for the British band "QUEEN". $100.00
Artist: Diane Tyhurst Last Sunset: 11x14 watercolor and mixed media, unframed
A dodo weeps as she witnesses the remains of her precious eggs, snatched away by a greedy sailor on the island of Mauritius in the 1600s. She did not know it but she was the last dodo on earth, another victim of man made extinction. $100.00
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