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Limited edition of 75 signed fine-art prints available on museum archival card. 550mm high x 258mm wide. Unframed prints shipped FREE in NZ, $35 internationally.
Original painting Sold, oil on canvas, 320 x 150mm, 2008
In “Extinction I” a majestic Pouakai (Haast eagle) dangles our planet earth and perhaps its fate, above a purple tulip. The native New Zealand eagle, which had a wingspan of up to 3 metres went extinct in 1400AD. This painting could be seen as depicting what Sofia terms an “earth flower”, which conceptually explores the Gaia hypothesis. This theory proposes that the earth's ecology is a complex interacting system of living and non-living parts that can be thought of as a single organism.
Sofia Minson Paintings | New Zealand Artwork