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Frameworks series



Georgina gidgee

Georgina gidgee is an acacia from the Georgina River basin and parts of the NT, “a small, rather gnarled tree, pods broad, flat, curled. Especially in drought, the leaves are grazed and the pods are eagerly sought by sheep and cattle, however, the seeds and pods can be very poisonous, the leaves less so. Some trees appear to be non-toxic”. Win some, lose some.

This painting can now be seen on the wall

at Murray's Art & Framing, Toowoomba




 acrylic on Arches paper

paper size: 

 550 mm h x  550 mm w



AUD 900

Frame: black   mount: black 


framed size: 760 x 760 mm