The flowering gum 

How they dance in the summer. Their subtle fragrance lingers in the air, calling out to nature and the lives it holds. Heavy branches of sweet nectar, blossoms bursting gloriously, as the sun penetrates the atmosphere. Existing freely. Becoming the blossoms that they were meant to be, one day at a time.

Pencil on drafting film, 594 x 841mm

Published by Sharon Mak

Sharon is a self-taught artist with expansive graphite and mixed-media work focusing on the diverse Australian native flora. Her art work is emotionally rich to bring out the unique and intricate qualities of the native species, drawing parallelism in the abundance of lives around her, and those that continue to inspire her. Her attention to fine details and composition is evident as you delve into Sharon's portfolio of works. Sharon has exhibited in Melbourne and Sydney over the years.

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