Christine Doolan

FRESH LIFE AFTER RAIN BLACK

Dreamtime:

Central Australia is a semi desert area. Rain fall in this area is very rare. Vegetation’s are not plenty. However, after several months of dry weather, sometimes Alice Springs get good rainfall. Suddenly area starts blooming with Australian wild flower almost everywhere. The whole territory gets a new life. Visitors are greeted with amazing array of colors of yellow, purple, red green and much more. Christine is a good artist. She belongs to the famous Doolan family. Her art is bold and neat. Christine captured the Fresh Life after Rain with great imagination and skill full artwork.

Wildflowers & Bush Tuckers Green by Christine Doolan

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Bush Tucker is a big part of NT life. Bush Tucker is also called Bush Food and is any food native to Australia used as sustenance by the original inhabitants, the Aboriginal Australians. But it can also describe any native fauna or flora used for culinary or medical purposes, regardless of the continent or culture. Aboriginal Australians have eaten native animals and plant foods for an estimated 60,000 years of human habitation on the Australian Continent. Various traditional methods of processing and cooking are used. Many foods are also baked in the hot campfire coals for several hours in ground ovens.

Wildflowers & Bush Tuckers Purple by Christine Doolan

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Bush Tucker is a big part of NT life. Bush Tucker is also called Bush Food and is any food native to Australia used as sustenance by the original inhabitants, the Aboriginal Australians. But it can also describe any native fauna or flora used for culinary or medical purposes, regardless of the continent or culture. Aboriginal Australians have eaten native animals and plant foods for an estimated 60,000 years of human habitation on the Australian Continent. Various traditional methods of processing and cooking are used. Many foods are also baked in the hot campfire coals for several hours in ground ovens.

Wildflowers & Bush Tuckers Red by Christine Doolan

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Bush Tucker is a big part of NT life. Bush Tucker is also called Bush Food and is any food native to Australia used as sustenance by the original inhabitants, the Aboriginal Australians. But it can also describe any native fauna or flora used for culinary or medical purposes, regardless of the continent or culture. Aboriginal Australians have eaten native animals and plant foods for an estimated 60,000 years of human habitation on the Australian Continent. Various traditional methods of processing and cooking are used. Many foods are also baked in the hot campfire coals for several hours in ground ovens.

WOMEN COLLECTING WATER ORANGE

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.

WOMEN COLLECTING BUSH FOOD GOLD

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.

WOMEN COLLECTING BUSH FOOD GREEN

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.

WOMEN COLLECTING BUSH FOOD PEACH

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.

WOMEN COLLECTING WATER ORANGE

Dreamtime:

Christine is a well-established Aboriginal Artist. M&S Textiles Australia printed some of her works in the past. ‘Women Collecting Water’ is one of her best artworks. Her depiction of waterholes, women sitting with digging sticks, bush foods, flowers, etc. are detailed and decorative.

Water is very precious in Northern Territory. Aboriginal people know how to get water from underground. Also they watch wild bird’s movements in some areas to locate the availability of water nearby. However, Alice Spring can experience heavy rainfall in summer months. Just after the rain you can witness abundant of beautiful flower blossom almost everywhere in various colours. The beautiful array of colours is a memorable experience. Christine depicted the natural scenic view very well with women sitting on the ground with digging sticks seeking water all around.

WOMEN COLLECTING WATER PURPLE

Dreamtime:

Christine is a well-established Aboriginal Artist. M&S Textiles Australia printed some of her works in the past. ‘Women Collecting Water’ is one of her best artworks. Her depiction of waterholes, women sitting with digging sticks, bush foods, flowers, etc. are detailed and decorative.

Water is very precious in Northern Territory. Aboriginal people know how to get water from underground. Also they watch wild bird’s movements in some areas to locate the availability of water nearby. However, Alice Spring can experience heavy rainfall in summer months. Just after the rain you can witness abundant of beautiful flower blossom almost everywhere in various colours. The beautiful array of colours is a memorable experience. Christine depicted the natural scenic view very well with women sitting on the ground with digging sticks seeking water all around.

WOMEN COLLECTING WATER YELLOW

Dreamtime:

Christine is a well-established Aboriginal Artist. M&S Textiles Australia printed some of her works in the past. ‘Women Collecting Water’ is one of her best artworks. Her depiction of waterholes, women sitting with digging sticks, bush foods, flowers, etc. are detailed and decorative.

Water is very precious in Northern Territory. Aboriginal people know how to get water from underground. Also they watch wild bird’s movements in some areas to locate the availability of water nearby. However, Alice Spring can experience heavy rainfall in summer months. Just after the rain you can witness abundant of beautiful flower blossom almost everywhere in various colours. The beautiful array of colours is a memorable experience. Christine depicted the natural scenic view very well with women sitting on the ground with digging sticks seeking water all around.

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