As an artist I see what ever is in front of me is there for a purpose. On this skull I show an image of what the cattle have been through. When we have a big wet in the Fitzroy Valley it fills the rivers the creeks and the open plains, which leave the higher ground as a safe place to be for all animals on the country side. As it gets dry, the creeks and rivers are no longer full off water but have enough to last for the next wet so it starts to gets cold, after a while it starts to get really hot and the cattle need to be strong. The mustering gets busy and the stations gets busy and the cattle will stress more. When I saw this bullock head I saw a strong Bull that has seen and been through a lot and I was inspired to share it's life of being an aged Bull that still stands on this land today.