Part of a series made for a group exhibition in Newcastle, NSW, August 2019.
The series focuses on species that inhabit the Mambo Wetlands, a key area of habitat on the peninsula of Port Stephens NSW.
Recently there were efforts made to protect this crucial ecosystem which offers homes for various vulnerable species such as Koalas, white-bellied sea eagles and many others.
The gestation of a Sugar Glider is roughly 15 to 17 days. They usually give birth to twins which are called joeys.
Medium: Watercolour, coloured pencil