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A graceful stem of Cutting grass (Gahnia grandis) serves as a perch for a pair of Scarlet Robins (Petroica multicolor ), as they pause their characteristic flitting movements. The males’ bright chest resplendent in the afternoon sun.
Once a common sight, Robins of all species in Tasmania are getting more difficult to find. Changes in climate, land-use and predominantly the increase in the feral cat numbers are impacting on the Robins.

Mels’ work is the result of combining passionate interests in both Science and Art. The wonderful details that can be found when you look closely at many everyday objects continue to inform and inspire Mel’s work. When microscopic details can be observed as part of a larger landscape the scenery gets truly fabulous – and that leads on to painting murals….Microscopes to murals. Yep. That about covers it, and everything in between.

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