Low light casting crisp black shadows on the sun-scorched Sepik River bed was inspired by the cave drawings of Papua New Guinea’s Central Range.
This area is filled with hundreds of limestone caves containing a variety of prehistoric and recent cave drawings. The largest collection of cave art in the southern hemisphere, that few Westerners have ever seen. The rock paintings are part of a continuous culture of representation from the very first tribes people who settled in these hills more than 20,000 years ago to their descendants, whom the artist spent time with.
Dimensions: 1120mm x 800mm x 8mm
Materials: Gicleé photographic print on metallic archival paper. Plexiglass face mount
Limited Edition of 11