The Swamp Wallaby (Wallabia bicolor). Who I'm told in Australia's eastern states is referred to as the black stinker, sharing an unfortunate reputation with the ibis (or bin chook). While descriptive of the species, neither name seems to do this unique animal justice. Its traditional aboriginal name, banggarai (bag-gar-ray, ban-ga-ray, bag-ga-ree, baggory, pagore) given by the Dharawal people of New South Wales, is surely more interesting.
This pencil drawing is printed on archival quality 189gsm matte paper with pigment archival ink.
Prints are sent with Australia Post and shipped in an archival sleeve with a recycled backing board, in a recycled rigid envelope. Each print is signed and numbered by me.
Size: A5 (14.8cm x 21cm), A4 (21cm x 29.7cm) & A3 (29.7cm x 42cm)
Unmounted and unframed.
Limited run of 100 A5 prints, 100 A4 prints & 50 A3 prints.
Colours may vary slightly due to differences in monitor calibrations.