All natural habitats are essential for the species of plants, animals, insects and microorganisms that inhabit them, and they influence and stabilise our climate, temperatures, rainfall, ocean currents and more.  In these paintings, forest and oceans and birds and fish are representative of all those habitats and species.  Because we now know that these are all linked biologically (fish proteins are found in trees near rivers far inland, for instance).  I've mixed them up here, and there are fish in trees and birds everywhere. This series is meant to be a celebration of the diversity and richness of nature, and the life that we should be protecting.  
"Seagrasses and Meadows," paper, ink and acrylic on stretched canvas; 60 x 70 cm
"Shadows of the Disappeared," paper, ink and acrylic on birch panel,38 x 56 cm
"Fly in the Sea, Swim in the Sky," paper, ink and acrylic on birch panel, 38 x 56 cm, framed
"Blue Worlds," paper, ink and acrylic on birch panel, 38 x 56 cm
"Abundance," paper, ink and acrylic on stretched canvas, 50 x 60 cm
"Yes,They Communicate," paper, ink and acrylic on birch panel, 38 x 56 cm framed; private collection, Sydney
"Creatures of the Blue," paper, ink and acrylic on birch panel,38 x 56 cm, framed
"Fish in the Seas and in the Trees," paper, ink and acrylic on birch panel, 38 x 56 cm framed
"Camouflage" paper, ink and acrylic on birch panel, 38 x 56 cm, framed
"Trees & Seas," paper, ink and acrylic on birch panel, 38 x 56 cm, framed
"Empty Forest," paper, ink and acrylic on birch panel, 38 x 56 cm, framed
"Vibrant Life is Disappearing," paper, ink and acrylic on birch panel, 38 x 56 cm, framed; private collection, Sydney
"Close Up," paper, ink and acrylic on birch panel, 38 x 56 cm