stillleben_25

stillleben_25

Anne Suttner, 2020

Painting
40 x 30 x 2 cm
Acrylic, Chalk, and Ink on Canvas

€ 880

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About the artwork stillleben_25

Bats provide not just ecosystem services but also economic benefits, through the use of bat guano or bat poop. In the caves of south-east Asia and India, bats produce huge amounts of guano that can be used as natural fertiliser. In south-east Asia, this is often mined in a regulated fashion, minimising the disturbance to bats. It can be quite an attractive proposition commercially.

About the artist Anne Suttner

Anne Suttner, * 1971 in Mödling, lives and works in Vienna. Studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, lecturer and curator of exhibitions, member of ArtP and the Fishpool association. National and international exhibitions.


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