Far South Art News
26 September 2021
I'm very pleased to be partnering with Inala Nature Tours, Bruny Island to be a stockist of my nature education book, Seasons of the Far South, at their Inala property on Bruny Island. Inala have a long history of nature education and private land conservation work in southern Tasmania.
16 May 2021
During the past year Far South Art has actively supported a range of nature education and conservation efforts in Tasmania through:
Swift Parrot habitat conservation - donation towards the Swift Parrot habitat protection program at The Bob Brown Foundation.
Donating my time for delivering a free drawing from nature introductory skills workshop in November 2020 as part of a Nature Play, Skills Share and Repair Cafe event run by the Australian Association for Environmental Education Tasmanian Branch at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens in Hobart, the event was attended by over 100 people.
Bushland protection and rehabilitation - artworks donated for inclusion in new interpretive signage and for a fund raising auction held by the Friends of Randalls Bay Coastcare Group for the ongoing management for conservation of the Quarry Reserve at Randalls Bay.
Private land purchase for conservation - donation to the Tasmanian Land Conservancy towards their purchase of 1,300 hectares of high conservation value land in Tasmania at Kelvedon Hills.
21 January 2021
I am pleased to be offering my first release of unframed, full colour quality art prints of some of my original sketches and illustrations from the book "Seasons of the Far South". A limited release range of prints are now available to order online and further selected prints will become available over the coming months. All my art prints are printed to order on EPSON 300+g/m2, museum archival quality, 100% cotton-based, cold press, acid-free papers with a natural white finish, using the EPSON Ultra Chrome Pro 10-pigment-ink system for high quality reproductions of original artworks. Prints are shipped flat in cartons made of 100% recyclable cardboard with reinforced inserts.
10 December 2020
I am pleased to announce that my new nature education book, Seasons of the Far South, is now available from the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs visitor centre. The Hastings Caves State Reserve is a magical natural area located here in the Far South.
The visitor centre shop is a great location for locals and visitors to browse for that special gift idea.
24 August 2020
I am very pleased to announce that my new nature education book, Seasons of the Far South, is now also available at Fullers Bookshop, 131 Collins Street Hobart, Tasmania's leading independent bookseller. https://www.fullersbookshop.com.au/
1 August 2020
The nature education book, Seasons of the Far South, has now been released for ordering through our online store today.
Visit the website SHOP page for more information about how to order a copy of the book.
19 July 2020
The nature education book, Seasons of the Far South, is now available for purchasing in person from the Lovett Gallery, open 10am - 4pm Sat-Sun, 14 Mary Street Cygnet (behind the Town Hall) and our online store will be accepting orders for the book from the 1st of August. Keep an eye on this website for the latest news.
7 July 2020
Far South Art is a micro-publisher of educational books with an online store. Far South Art publishes the forthcoming Tasmanian nature education book Seasons of the Far South. Following the release of the book Seasons of the Far South, we will also be offering a series of art print releases of the original illustrations from the book through our online store.
About the book...
Seasons of the Far South is an illustrated introduction to the nature of southern Tasmania. The book is written and illustrated by nature artist Keith Davis. The book follows a year of nature in southern Tasmania by the seasons, providing an introduction to just some of the rich biodiversity to be found in this bio-region. A proportion of any profits from book sales are to be donated to support selected nature conservation projects in the southern Tasmanian region.