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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. Wine and Wetlands. Banrock Station Wine Australia.

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Kangaroos, swamphens, spoon bills, waders and pelicans all gather under the gum trees and in the wetlands at Banrock Station's vineyards in Australia. Artist John Dyer has captured the biodiversity of this special landscape. This high quality hand signed, titled and numbered print really captures the spirit of Australia. Printed on watercolour paper by the artist we are sure you will love it.

Item Information

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"


"This is the signature of Banrock Station created by careful water management. The vineyard is watered by drippers to reduce evaporation. Soil moisture is monitored by probes to ensure the vines are given the right amount of water at the right time. The wetlands are dried out every two years to copy the natural flood/drought cycle of the river. The wetland plants and animals love the cycle of droughts and floods. Kangaroos graze on the fresh wetland sedges and grasses after spring floods and purple swamphens, yellow-billed spoonbills and many species of waders forage in the plant zone. Every visitor to Banrock Station has the opportunity to see this story." Manager Banrock Station, Australia

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