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Shearing the Weaners - A Working Shearing Shed in Australia by Chris McClelland
  Shearing the Weaners  (2014)
Subject: A Working Shearing Shed in Australia
Dimensions (centimeters): 57 x 86
Medium: Graphite and coloured pencils
Description: Tupra Station, Hay, N.S.W. Shearing Shed in action in springtime shearing the weaners. This is the new shed as the old shearing shed was destroyed by a tornado December 2007. This drawing took Chris 334 hours to complete. He has kept some of the old shed in the drawing as well. During his thirty years service with the McLachlan family, I managed Tupra Station from 1982 to 2003 and we generally shore around 40,000 Merino sheep.

 
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Limited Edition Available: Yes
Details: Limited Edition prints signed and numbered by Chris with a Certificate of Authenticity. Printed on archival paper.
Edition Size: 300
Price: $350.00 US

 
 
Conservation Committment: 15% (Artist commits to donating the indicated portion of proceeds to conservation)
 
This artwork is dedicated to: Painted Dog Conservation Organisation  


 
   

 
 
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