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This image is from the 2022 Bird Week Australia Exhibition “Change”, Where Angela explores how nature is an inherent part of our existence.

We have become separated from nature, we need to re-learn that we and all of the creatures  are all part of the one earth we will ever know.


This cockatoo is one of Angela’s wild visitors and the background trees are where his flock hang out, feed and nest in the hollows.

The Sulphur-crested cockatoo is such an iconic species, but can also be viewed as destructive pests and taken for granted due to their 'common status'.
BUT most other cockatoo species were as common as them 30 years ago, but have declined so dramatically, some are now critically endangered.
Like other parrot species they rely on old tree hollows to rear young.
As more old trees are removed, competition for hollows remains fierce.


Available Sizes:

20x20cm, Open Edition (Small Square)

28x28cm, Edition of 100 (Medium Square, A3 Square)

35x35cm, Edition of 50 (Large Square, A2 Square)

50x50cm, Edition of 25 (XL square, A1 Square)


Professionally printed on 340gsm Hahnemuhle Photo Rag® Metallic fine art paper.


Each print is signed & embossed, includes a certificate of authenticity with edition number.




Habitat Series - Sulphur-crested Cockatoo


Prices do not include framing.

Please contact us for a custom framing quote.

Turn-around is two weeks.

Please specify your preferred frame colour.

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