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Cane Fire

Title: Canefire.

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Size: 101cm x 69cm (including frame).

Description: Burning the sugarcane is still occasionally done. It was a practice in the early Kanaka days. It cleared the cane of vermin and trash which made it safer and easier to cut.

Framing: Professionally framed.

Lizard’s view

Title: Lizard’s view.

Medium: Watercolour.

Size: 61cm x 49cm (including frame).

Description: The Kanaka Pool where the early indentured labourers swam, is now used only by the wild life and farm animals.

Framing: Professionally framed under glass.