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Women Collecting Bush Food Peach by Christine Doolan

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

In Mc Donald range and some other places of Northern Territory women go to collect bush food and fruits. It is abundant around the area. Women collect in the dry season to make the tucker. According to Christine, the fresh bush fruits are tasty and healthy.

Christine Doolan depicted the bush food excellently. She presented the bush food in a very nicely. She presented the wild fruits on Coolamon (food tray). Fruits, insects and porcupine etc. could not escape her sight.

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Women Collecting Bush Food Green by Christine Doolan

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

In Mc Donald range and some other places of Northern Territory women go to collect bush food and fruits. It is abundant around the area. Women collect in the dry season to make the tucker. According to Christine, the fresh bush fruits are tasty and healthy.

Christine Doolan depicted the bush food excellently. She presented the bush food in a very nicely. She presented the wild fruits on Coolamon (food tray). Fruits, insects and porcupine etc. could not escape her sight.

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Women Collecting Bush Food Gold by Christine Doolan

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

In Mc Donald range and some other places of Northern Territory women go to collect bush food and fruits. It is abundant around the area. Women collect in the dry season to make the tucker. According to Christine, the fresh bush fruits are tasty and healthy.

Christine Doolan depicted the bush food excellently. She presented the bush food in a very nicely. She presented the wild fruits on Coolamon (food tray). Fruits, insects and porcupine etc. could not escape her sight.

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Women Collecting Bush Food Brown by Christine Doolan

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

In Mc Donald range and some other places of Northern Territory women go to collect bush food and fruits. It is abundant around the area. Women collect in the dry season to make the tucker. According to Christine, the fresh bush fruits are tasty and healthy.

Christine Doolan depicted the bush food excellently. She presented the bush food in a very nicely. She presented the wild fruits on Coolamon (food tray). Fruits, insects and porcupine etc. could not escape her sight.

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Bush Food Red by Cindy Wallace

Dreamtime:

Australian Aboriginal people are hunters and gatherers. They collect a Major part of their food from the bush. They get fruits and other vegetables from the bush like bush banana, potatoes, sweet potatoes, bush tomato, plums, cherries, etc. They also collect mulga seeds to make tasty bread. Aboriginal people get their protein from Kangaroo, Wallaby, Lizard, Snakes, etc. However, Aboriginal people will always collect the right amount of food just for their needs. They do not spoil nature to hoard staple food. Likewise, they also do not kill animals’ insects etc. more than they requirement.

Cindy Wallace comes from a well-known artistic background. Cindy herself is a very good artist. We have printed a number of her excellent works in the past. Many of our customers will remember her name well. In her present artwork, Cindy depicted bush foods vividly such as Bush Sultana, Bush Tomato, and Cherries etc. Her skilled depiction of Waterholes, Running Water, Walking Path and Women with Digging Sticks looks colourful, vibrant and close to the collector’s heart.

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Bush Food Ecru by Cindy Wallace

Dreamtime:

Australian Aboriginal people are hunters and gatherers. They collect a Major part of their food from the bush. They get fruits and other vegetables from the bush like bush banana, potatoes, sweet potatoes, bush tomato, plums, cherries, etc. They also collect mulga seeds to make tasty bread. Aboriginal people get their protein from Kangaroo, Wallaby, Lizard, Snakes, etc. However, Aboriginal people will always collect the right amount of food just for their needs. They do not spoil nature to hoard staple food. Likewise, they also do not kill animals’ insects etc. more than they requirement.

Cindy Wallace comes from a well-known artistic background. Cindy herself is a very good artist. We have printed a number of her excellent works in the past. Many of our customers will remember her name well. In her present artwork, Cindy depicted bush foods vividly such as Bush Sultana, Bush Tomato, and Cherries etc. Her skilled depiction of Waterholes, Running Water, Walking Path and Women with Digging Sticks looks colourful, vibrant and close to the collector’s heart.

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Bush Food Dreaming Mint by Tanya Price

Dreamtime:

Tanya Price was born in 1972, in Alron, north of Alice Springs, NT. She now lives in Utopia.Tanya speaks both Anmatyerre and Alyawarra Aboriginal languages. She learnt painting from her parents and grandparents. Her Dreaming is Bush Tucker. Tanya uses fine dotting techniques as the background of her artworks. Her designs are precise, vibrant and attractive.

In Bush Food Dreaming, she presents a number of motifs in a clear and neat manner. She depicts a fan fair of foods like Oranges, Bush Plums, Bush Berries, Lemons etc. It is a corroboree where people are happily eating, dancing and discussing various social matters, enjoying their presence.

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Bush Food Dreaming Ecru by Tanya Price

Dreamtime:

Tanya Price was born in 1972, in Alron, north of Alice Springs, NT. She now lives in Utopia.Tanya speaks both Anmatyerre and Alyawarra Aboriginal languages. She learnt painting from her parents and grandparents. Her Dreaming is Bush Tucker. Tanya uses fine dotting techniques as the background of her artworks. Her designs are precise, vibrant and attractive.

In Bush Food Dreaming, she presents a number of motifs in a clear and neat manner. She depicts a fan fair of foods like Oranges, Bush Plums, Bush Berries, Lemons etc. It is a corroboree where people are happily eating, dancing and discussing various social matters, enjoying their presence.

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