Art & Ecology || Threatened Species of the Otways

This exhibition was part of a campaign to educate people on the endangered animals and fragile biodiversity of the Otways Ranges in Victoria’s Great Ocean Road region.

 

My prints in the exhibition featured the spotted quoll, bush stone curlew, powerful owl and white-bellied sea eagle.

 

Money raised by the exhibition’s sales benefits the ‘Threatened Species Research Network’.  This program is led by the Conservation Ecology Centre, and identifies critical knowledge gaps to chart clear courses for conservation of threatened animals.

 

The exhibition opened in July 2016 at the Arts Inc. Gallery in Apollo Bay, Victoria.

 

It then moved to the Nature Gallery of the Conservation Ecology Centre at Cape Otway where it ran from August 2016 to January 2017.

 

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