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Above: Artist John Dyer painting in the rainforest of Borneo with endangered orangutans.

John Dyer

Limited Edition Print by John Dyer. Wetland Wildlife. Banrock Station Wine Australia.

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A vibrant Australian red and orange yellow sky over the vineyards and wetlands of the outback at Banrock Station. Artist John Dyer has painted a rich diversity of wildlife in this signed print. Bilbies, pelicans, choughs and parrots fill the landscape and you can almost feel the heat of the outback through the intense colour combinations. Simply stunning, we are sure you will love this print.

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Description Signed Limited Edition Print
Artist Cornish Artist John Dyer (born 1968)
Paper type Archival matte textured watercolour paper. Heavy weight paper approx 300gsm
Signed by the Artist Signed by John Dyer
Number of prints in the edition 50 signed & numbered prints
Print process Premium Quality Fine art Giclée Print. Produced to exacting standards by the artists using the highest possible quality printing technology.
Medium UV-resistant archival ink creating vibrant rich colours and the maximum longevity. As with all pieces of art please avoid hanging in direct sunlight if possible.
Paper size 432mm x 559mm I 17" x 22"
Image size 389mm x 389mm I 15.3" x 15.3"


"The wine and wetland centre is beautifully blended into the mallee landscape overlooking the vineyards and wetlands. The arrival of bilbies, a small marsupial not seen here for more than 100 years, marks the commitment of Banrock Station to completely restoring the landscape. A ten kilometre predator proof fence has been built to exclude foxes, feral cats and rabbits and thus allow bilbies to live here again. White winged choughs work as a team to build mud cup nests from the surrounding soils, the same colour as the rammed-earth walls at the visitor centre. The choughs build their nests on the strongest mallee branches indicating the importance of old trees." Banrock Station, Australia

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