Latham’s Snipe #5


A one-of-a-kind hand printed study of the Latham’s Snipe, created by layering several different types of prints.


Latham’s Snipe #5 (2020)

Each year, the Latham’s Snipe (Gallinago hardwickii) migrates along eastern Australia and north to Japan and beyond, before returning along the same route. Many of its favourite stopover spots are important and at-risk wetland habitats.

This is a unique (one-of-a-kind) print created with layered hand-printed and hand-coloured linoprints, solar etchings and monotypes. The bird block is adapted from a photograph taken by Tyrie Starrs (@tyriestarrs) at Jerrambomberra Wetlands. This print features a small stone artefact (thumbnail scraper) in the lower left corner.

27 x 39 cm bleed print, on 300 gsm Hahnemühle paper, unframed.


Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 27 × 39 × 0.1 cm


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