Barbara Egan

Emu Dreaming-Black-EDRB

Dreamtime: Emu is visible almost everywhere in Australia. It is the biggest bird in Australia. Except rainforest Emu is visible all over Australia. They have shaggy grey-brown feathers, long necks and long leg. Emu is biggest flightless bird bears the honour on “AUSTRALIAN COAT OF ARMS” Emu is the sole member of the family Dromaiid of the order casuarinas. The bird in 1.5-meter-tall and weigh more than 45kg. emus make far-carrying, booming and drumming calls. These fast-running birds live in small mobs and eat green plants, seeds and insects. A male emu incubates from 5 to 15 dark green eggs in a scape on the ground for 55 days. Barbara Egan a well know Aboriginal artist, is from Victoria, Australia. His designs are boldly colourful and attractive. He depicted the emu and its surrounding vividly. Barbara Egan has done an excellent for M&S Textiles Australia.

Emu Dreaming-Ecru-EDRE

Dreamtime: Emu is visible almost everywhere in Australia. It is the biggest bird in Australia. Except rainforest Emu is visible all over Australia. They have shaggy grey-brown feathers, long necks and long leg. Emu is biggest flightless bird bears the honour on “AUSTRALIAN COAT OF ARMS” Emu is the sole member of the family Dromaiid of the order casuarinas. The bird in 1.5-meter-tall and weigh more than 45kg. emus make far-carrying, booming and drumming calls. These fast-running birds live in small mobs and eat green plants, seeds and insects. A male emu incubates from 5 to 15 dark green eggs in a scape on the ground for 55 days. Barbara Egan a well know Aboriginal artist, is from Victoria, Australia. His designs are boldly colourful and attractive. He depicted the emu and its surrounding vividly. Barbara Egan has done an excellent for M&S Textiles Australia.

Emu Dreaming-White-EDRW

Dreamtime: Emu is visible almost everywhere in Australia. It is the biggest bird in Australia. Except rainforest Emu is visible all over Australia. They have shaggy grey-brown feathers, long necks and long leg. Emu is biggest flightless bird bears the honour on “AUSTRALIAN COAT OF ARMS” Emu is the sole member of the family Dromaiid of the order casuarinas. The bird in 1.5-meter-tall and weigh more than 45kg. emus make far-carrying, booming and drumming calls. These fast-running birds live in small mobs and eat green plants, seeds and insects. A male emu incubates from 5 to 15 dark green eggs in a scape on the ground for 55 days. Barbara Egan a well know Aboriginal artist, is from Victoria, Australia. His designs are boldly colourful and attractive. He depicted the emu and its surrounding vividly. Barbara Egan has done an excellent for M&S Textiles Australia.

Dreamtime:

Aboriginal people are regarded as the land owners of Australia. Their respect towards land is considered to be more than a place. They respect every mountain, river, waterhole, tree, animal etc. and they consider them as a part of their living. Aboriginal ancestors are believed to be the creators of all the land and objects that are essential in day-to-day’s life.
Traditional Aboriginal laws of food hunting involves bush food, sea food, wild life hunting etc. However, they never do anything to hoard or spoil the nature of their environment. They honour their ancestral lands and the teachings from those ancestors. In many occasions, Aboriginal people gather near the river for various ceremonial rituals, where they perform dances, rock-art, story-telling etc.
Barbara Egan comes from Robinvale region of Victoria. She grew on the Murray River in Robinvale. With her connection towards her land of Robinvale and the Murray River, she would never move out from there. Her dreaming’s mainly involve River Dreaming, Emu Bush etc.

Dreamtime:

Aboriginal people are regarded as the land owners of Australia. Their respect towards land is considered to be more than a place. They respect every mountain, river, waterhole, tree, animal etc. and they consider them as a part of their living. Aboriginal ancestors are believed to be the creators of all the land and objects that are essential in day-to-day’s life.
Traditional Aboriginal laws of food hunting involves bush food, sea food, wild life hunting etc. However, they never do anything to hoard or spoil the nature of their environment. They honour their ancestral lands and the teachings from those ancestors. In many occasions, Aboriginal people gather near the river for various ceremonial rituals, where they perform dances, rock-art, story-telling etc.
Barbara Egan comes from Robinvale region of Victoria. She grew on the Murray River in Robinvale. With her connection towards her land of Robinvale and the Murray River, she would never move out from there. Her dreaming’s mainly involve River Dreaming, Emu Bush etc.

RIVER DREAMING WHITE

Dreamtime:

Barbara Egan was born on the banks of the Murray river. She moved out to Robinvale with her father. In recent times, she has focused her art practice on her connection to Robinvale and the river surrounds. Her artworks are shown in various art galleries and many private collections. M&S Textiles Australia printed two of Barbara’s artworks.

In this artwork, Barbara depicted the twisted roots of the river bed, the ripples and the natural line patterns formed in the sand. Her dreamtime of the river and the surroundings were very brilliantly postured with her tremendous art skills. She used her art as a medium of teaching and sharing culture and knowledge.

RIVER DREAMING PURPLE

Dreamtime:

Barbara Egan was born on the banks of the Murray river. She moved out to Robinvale with her father. In recent times, she has focused her art practice on her connection to Robinvale and the river surrounds. Her artworks are shown in various art galleries and many private collections. M&S Textiles Australia printed two of Barbara’s artworks.

In this artwork, Barbara depicted the twisted roots of the river bed, the ripples and the natural line patterns formed in the sand. Her dreamtime of the river and the surroundings were very brilliantly postured with her tremendous art skills. She used her art as a medium of teaching and sharing culture and knowledge.

RIVER DREAMING RED

Dreamtime:

Barbara Egan was born on the banks of the Murray river. She moved out to Robinvale with her father. In recent times, she has focused her art practice on her connection to Robinvale and the river surrounds. Her artworks are shown in various art galleries and many private collections. M&S Textiles Australia printed two of Barbara’s artworks.

In this artwork, Barbara depicted the twisted roots of the river bed, the ripples and the natural line patterns formed in the sand. Her dreamtime of the river and the surroundings were very brilliantly postured with her tremendous art skills. She used her art as a medium of teaching and sharing culture and knowledge.

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