Acrylic on Canvas
“Sand Goanna” is a brief insight to the skeletal and organ structure of a female goanna. Her diet consists of Australian insects, whichaty grubs, red belly black snakes, red back spider, worms, clicker bugs, millipedes, honey ants, dragon flies, frogs, bird eggs, snails and slugs. As she scampers over the land her movement is recorded in the sand. Staining the ground with the blood from the fights of life, battles from the past won and lost......
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