Banksia solandri - Stirling Range banksia
digital print on paper, from pen and ink illustrations
150 x 90 cm
This repeat print pattern is inspired by a walk I took in the Stirling Range National Park, a refuge officially created in 1913. The range is one of the richest areas for flora in the world; over 1500 plant species occur here, of which 87 plant species are found nowhere else. Banksia solandri, is one of these rare plants. Unfortunately, I also found objects that did not belong.