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Bush Berry Ash

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

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Marlene is a very soft speaker. Her artworks are widely sold. Alice spring is a semi-desert area. However, wild bush berries grow heavily after the rain. Flowers blossom almost everywhere. Marlene could not go past without depicting beautiful wild bush berry’s after the rain. It is a beautiful piece of work. Marlene is a well-known Aboriginal artist in NT.

Green and Brown berry’s grow in water-soaked mud street sides etc are shown in this masterpiece. In winter, rainfall is heavy and bush berries grow in almost every area.

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Canteen Creek is a remote semi-desert area in Northern Territory of Australia. It is about 270km (171 miles) away from Tennant Creek, Alice Springs. Most of the road from Tennant Creek is constructed from gravel/dirt, and is in very poor condition in wet weather. There is a small Aboriginal community that lives alongside the creek.

Andrea Collinson comes from the canteen creek area. She has vivid knowledge about the flora and fauna of the region. We can see the reflection of her knowledge in her beautiful artwork. Andrea observed the new life of the vegetation and plants just after winter rainfall in the area. Andrea’s artwork is bold, colourful and real from the core of her heart. She completely depicted the medicinal plants and bush tuckers of the area. Yvonne’s artworks are detailed and very intricate.

DREAMING IN ONE ASH

Dreamtime: Bradly is an experienced and hardworking Aboriginal designer. His works are clear and attractive. In this design, Bradley skilfully put together various designs in one canvas. Each motive is different and colourful. Bradley dreamt various dreaming in one like Bush Food, Witchetty Grub, Kangaroo Path, Bush Dreaming, Long Neck Turtles and Honey Ant Dreaming. In Bush food it shows the plants which grow in both summer and winter seasons, in Witchetty Grub Dreaming explains the Witchetty Grub habitats around the waterhole, kangaroo path Dreaming puts the thought of Kangaroo jumping around the bush. In bush dreaming it show the plantation around the waterhole and how people are depended on Vegetation. In turtle dreaming it shows the path of Long Neck Sea Turtles and Honey Ant Dreaming gives the idea of how they collect honey from the flowers in the bush. Bradley’s excellent designs add enormously to enhance their age-old culture of Aboriginal Dreaming.

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

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Tamara May’s artwork is inspired by a story or an event in her life, a significant place, a native animal or someone who touched her heart and left her feeling inspired. Her art is a way of expressing herself and finding the works that don’t always come easily. Tamara is a well-known experienced Aboriginal Artist.

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Kangaroo paw is sedge like perennial plant noted for their unique bird attracting flowers. The tubular flowers are coated with dense hairs and open at the apex with six claw-like structures for which the flower is popularly known kangaroo paw. The flower stem can grow to over 1.5 meters high with abundant of flowers. The colors of flowers are usually yellow, orange, green and red. Guinea flower is an Australian native plant and some other warmer countries. The plant is variously called guinea flower or snake vine. There are about 150 species of the plant globally, most of which become coated with yellow blooms in spring and summer. The boarded Guinea Flower is an Australian native plan. It is a small shrub with reddish branch lets and hairy buds that bears bright yellow flowers in the spring. The artist very skillfully inter mingled the colors to make a real bold designed fabric for patch workers and quilters.

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

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Karen Bird is a skillful artist from Utopia. Her work is neat and attractive. She depicted the Alura Seed very colorfully. Alura seed is abundant in Utopia, as Wind carries it almost everywhere. In her artwork, Karen depicted change of color of seeds from winter to summer and again from summer to winter. The seeds glow in winter and in summer the flow reduces. The change is shown by Karen very clearly. In Utopia Plum Seeds are abundant and as a result of hand-printed fabric has been getting popularity among the Aboriginal people and others. Alura is a place in Utopia and Lillup is another Aboriginal name for Alura.

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