Mid Year Sale 2010
Six Whirly Winds by Raelene Williams
This artworks refers to the Ingkwelaye Whirly wind Dreaming. During the Dreamtime it is said two big whirly winds came through Ingkwelaye at Utopia in central Australia and turned into two ghost gum trees, which still stand there today.
Whirly winds are a swirling gust of wind collecting leaves, sand and debris in its path, turning the sky red.
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Title: Six Whirly Winds
Artist: Raelene Williams
Medium: Acrylic on Belgian Linen
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