This drawing of the Mooki River is a field sketch from the artists journal.
The Mooki River is one of the main arteries of the Plains. The steep sides of the river bed profile the ‘cracking’ black signature soils of the Plains and cut away easily with the flow of water. When the river floods the water spreads and moves slowly across the Plains smoothing the surface.
This region, just 5 hours north-west of Sydney is NSW’s prime broadacre food producing region, currently under threat of coal and gas mining.
The Food River Station prints complement the ambitious Liverpool Plains Land Biography 2012-2015. This visual representation of one of Australia's prime food bowls was undertaken by research-artist, Dr Robbie van Hemert to connect you to a prime Australian Food Bowl through Art and Education, because connecting with a place is fundamental to caring for it.
At Food River Station we believe that Food Source Matters and that all Australians share the responsibility for our food bowls with our farmers.
Digital full colour A4 Print on 180gsm acid free watercolour paper
Cream mount and foamcor backing
Packaged in polybag
Signed by the artist, Dr Robbie van Hemert
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