of a professor of ecology, Carolyn has spent her life in the
company of animals. After earning her B.S. in ecological
science, she spent many years working in, and then managing, a
veterinary hospital. Since 2006, Carolyn has immersed herself
full-time in her art, celebrating the interrelatinship between
humans and the creatures that surround them.
Carolyn's exquisitely sculpted pieces is fashioned by hand.
Like the animals they portray, no two are exactly alike.
also known as the "rabbit eared bandicoot," is a nocturnal
omnivorous creature once found throughout central Australia.
Sadly, these cleverly adapted animals are slowly becoming
endangered from habitat loss and competition from non-native
species. Roughly the size of rabbits, Bilbys dig long
spiraling tunnels and have soft, silky fur. The second Sunday
in September is "National Bilby Day" in Australia; why not
celebrate nature's diversity with your very own Bilby salt
6" h x 4 3/4" w
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