One Rusty milk can.
Two. Too hot to sweat.
Three. A country trio
Gathers to chew the grass
And squawk about what’s new.
This colourful comic conversation is captured with skill and humour in Philip Farley’s work “Country Trio” The trademark Farley detail is tangled in the long, wiry grass and twisted in the sharp curve of the cockatoo’s beak. The strong sunlight heats the white hot feathers and warms the favourite meeting place of this noisy trio.
“Country Trio” was the crowds’ favourite at the Inaugural International Wildlife Exhibition 99. It was also the judges’ choice for “Best Acrylic”. The judges said “Technical tour-de-force without sacrificing the art. Captures the curiosity well.” The public said. “That’s the one I’d like in my lounge room.
Giclee Edition of 450 (25 A/P & 50 Rem.) 520 X 600 mm