Mid Year Sale 2010
Bush Tucker Dreaming by June Sultan Napanga
The painting depicts Aboriginal iconography referring to women gathering bush tucker.
Symbols illustrated in this painting are: -
The U shape represents a woman
The women use a digging stick and a coolamon (wooden bowl) to gather honey ants, witchetty grubs and bush berries, a staple food source for Aboriginal people living in Central Australia.
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Title: Bush Tucker Dreaming
Artist: June Sultan Napanga
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
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