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Iconically Tasmanian, the deciduous Nothofagus Gunnii displays a visual colour feast for alpine visitors during Autumn. The tiny crinkle-cut leaves turn from green to gold to red as the season cools, before being swept from the trees. Their turning is captured here in exquisite detail with pencil.

The fagus has been in Tasmania for over 40 million years, but is now threatened by increased fire risks in its alpine habitat caused by human-induced global warming.
10% of profits from this print will be donated to the Tasmanian Conservation Trust.

Signed by the artist, this 15cm square artwork reproduction is printed on a beautiful 300gsm, smooth cotton rag. This museum-quality, archival print comes (unframed) carefully wrapped and protected in a super thick, recycled cardboard envelope by standard Australia Post Delivery to you, or a chosen address.

Size: 15cm (Wide) x 15cm (High)

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Donation amount

$180 (standard)


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