91 cm long x 46cm wide (35.5” x 18”)
Each year in the Southern Hemisphere, Humpback whales migrate from Antarctic waters where they have spent summer to the sub-tropical waters of the Queensland, Australian coast to breed and give birth. This is a return journey of an amazing 10,000 kilometres. Between June and November a tourist whale watching industry revolves around the migration route of this whale species.
Materials: cotton, silk, batting, thread, rusty items, onion skins, Pigma pen, textile paint
Techniques: rusted fabric, eco dyed, hand drawn, hand painted, machine pieced, machine quilted, hand stitched