The Thylacine was viewed by European settlers to Tasmania in the same way Europeans have always thought about the wolf and treated the thylacine in the same manner even though the indigenous people of Tasmania had lived peacefully with the Thylacine for ever. Today Tasmanians use the image of this predator marsupial in the same way as the lion is used by communities and nations across the world as a symbol of strength and courage. So as a wildlife artist living in Tasmainia I also need to acknowledge this mystical creature post humously and in reverence for this life which coninues to live on in the imagination.
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