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Home Books Non-fiction Nikulinsky Unfolded: Xanthorrhoea

Nikulinsky Unfolded: Xanthorrhoea


Illustrated by Philippa Nikulinsky

Take a walk with internationally renowned artist Philippa Nikulinsky through the Great Victoria Desert. In an artwork painted on a continuous piece of Japanese kozo paper, Nikulinsky depicts the regeneration process of the iconic grass tree (Xanthorrhoea thorntonii). It unfolds through time to show the elegance of unburnt leaves, and in contrast the stark drama of bushfire-wrought sand dunes.

This concertina book unfolds fully to a length of over four metres, making it a unique and surprising gift for lovers of art and nature.

ISBN: 9781925816259
Dimensions: B Format: 19.8x12.8cm
Pages: 56
Publication year: 2019
Publisher: Fremantle Press


About the author:

Philippa Nikulinsky is the most celebrated of the wildlife artists living in Western Australia. Her particular specialty is recording the phenomenal natural history in this enormous state, a history that provides a famous national heritage that has fascinated experts and artists alike from the time of exploration onwards. Her reputation rests not merely in matters of accuracy, but in the degree of finesse and accomplishment in the design and arrangement of her subjects.