This creative print celebrates the return of the Yellow-tailed Black cockatoos at one of Angela's favourite parks in Sydney, Centennial Parklands.
Angela is always talking with fellow bird lovers about the effect these majestic birds have on them when they hear or see them.
It’s no surprise really that in Aboriginal dreaming they symbolise spirit strengthening, change and enlightenment. They are also believed to be the guardians of the spirits of loved ones on their journey to rest amongst the Ancestors. We also associate them with the coming of rain.
These cockatoos are incredibly special to Angela as she has had the opportunity to raise/rehab/release a few. She finds them to be deeply spiritual birds, that stay in her heart long after they have moved on or been released.
This image is part of BirdLife australia Bird Week exhibition.
Silk archival photographic paper:
28x28cm (Paper size 30x30cm), Edition of 100
40x40cm (paper size 42x42cm), Edition of 50
320gsm Hahnemuhle photo rag pearl paper
55x55cm, Edition of 25
75x75 cm, Edition of 10
Each print is signed with edition number & embossed, includes a certificate of authenticity.
(Frames pictured, not included)
Dance of the Yellow-tails
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