Sucker Fish, 2017

Oregon/ Red Gum/ Ebony
46×19×11
Collection of Ian D Gill.
Based in the town of Seventeen- Seventy, Queensland, the Sucker fish is utilised by Aborigional People’s to catch turtles.
A rope is attached to the fishes tail, on spotting a turtle, the fish is released, which in turn, attaches itself to the turtle shell.
There is also a number of painting titled Seventeen- Seventy, the town is located at the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef.