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Gathering Bush Tucker Black by Gloria Doolan

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Gloria is an excellent artist. Her works are attractive, meaningful and very soothing. Although Central Australia is a desert with little rainfall during the year, it still has trees and desert vegetation of unique varieties. It is the home of the Spinifex grass land, various kinds of desert flowers, animals and many other natural gifts. Little rainfall in summer or winter makes areas happy. You observe colourful flowers laughing in the whole area. It is hard to believe that you are in the desert. Acacia, wild orange, rock, wild passion fruit etc., are laughing to welcome you. Gloria uses the natural gifts for her artwork. She depicts the varieties of bush tucker meticulously.

Gathering Bush Tucker Green by Gloria Doolan

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Gloria is an excellent artist. Her works are attractive, meaningful and very soothing. Although Central Australia is a desert with little rainfall during the year, it still has trees and desert vegetation of unique varieties. It is the home of the Spinifex grass land, various kinds of desert flowers, animals and many other natural gifts. Little rainfall in summer or winter makes areas happy. You observe colourful flowers laughing in the whole area. It is hard to believe that you are in the desert. Acacia, wild orange, rock, wild passion fruit etc., are laughing to welcome you. Gloria uses the natural gifts for her artwork. She depicts the varieties of bush tucker meticulously.

Gathering Bush Tucker Purple by Gloria Doolan

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Gloria is an excellent artist. Her works are attractive, meaningful and very soothing. Although Central Australia is a desert with little rainfall during the year, it still has trees and desert vegetation of unique varieties. It is the home of the Spinifex grass land, various kinds of desert flowers, animals and many other natural gifts. Little rainfall in summer or winter makes areas happy. You observe colourful flowers laughing in the whole area. It is hard to believe that you are in the desert. Acacia, wild orange, rock, wild passion fruit etc., are laughing to welcome you. Gloria uses the natural gifts for her artwork. She depicts the varieties of bush tucker meticulously.

Gathering Bush Tucker Red by Gloria Doolan

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Gloria is an excellent artist. Her works are attractive, meaningful and very soothing. Although Central Australia is a desert with little rainfall during the year, it still has trees and desert vegetation of unique varieties. It is the home of the Spinifex grass land, various kinds of desert flowers, animals and many other natural gifts. Little rainfall in summer or winter makes areas happy. You observe colourful flowers laughing in the whole area. It is hard to believe that you are in the desert. Acacia, wild orange, rock, wild passion fruit etc., are laughing to welcome you. Gloria uses the natural gifts for her artwork. She depicts the varieties of bush tucker meticulously.

GATHERING BY THE CREEK BLACK

Dreamtime:

For the Aboriginal People of Australia, their country is more than a place to live. Every mountain, river, waterhole, tree, animal etc. are part of their dreaming. Per the Aboriginal dreaming, it is believed that all these things were created by their ancestors, who live in the five elements of nature viz. air, land, water, sky, and fire. Different countries have different languages so are the traditions and rituals.
Aboriginal people strictly follow an unwritten law of caring for the land, animal, bush etc. of their country, to pass them on to newer generations. Often, a place with rock art, waterhole, and wild bush; is referred as a Creek where the Aboriginal women gather to either find food, fetch water or perform a ceremony or a ritual. The artists engrave their dreamings on mountains and/or rocks as a message to future generations and also to embark their skill.
Janet Long Nakamarra comes from Utopia region of Central Australia. She belongs to the Nakamarra family and speaks Anmatyerre language. Her dreamings mainly involve Fire Dreaming, Underground Water, Sandy Creek e

GATHERING BY THE CREEK BROWN

Dreamtime:

For the Aboriginal People of Australia, their country is more than a place to live. Every mountain, river, waterhole, tree, animal etc. are part of their dreaming. Per the Aboriginal dreaming, it is believed that all these things were created by their ancestors, who live in the five elements of nature viz. air, land, water, sky, and fire. Different countries have different languages so are the traditions and rituals.
Aboriginal people strictly follow an unwritten law of caring for the land, animal, bush etc. of their country, to pass them on to newer generations. Often, a place with rock art, waterhole, and wild bush; is referred as a Creek where the Aboriginal women gather to either find food, fetch water or perform a ceremony or a ritual. The artists engrave their dreamings on mountains and/or rocks as a message to future generations and also to embark their skill.
Janet Long Nakamarra comes from Utopia region of Central Australia. She belongs to the Nakamarra family and speaks Anmatyerre language. Her dreamings mainly involve Fire Dreaming, Underground Water, Sandy Creek e

GATHERING BY THE CREEK BURGUNDY

Dreamtime:

For the Aboriginal People of Australia, their country is more than a place to live. Every mountain, river, waterhole, tree, animal etc. are part of their dreaming. Per the Aboriginal dreaming, it is believed that all these things were created by their ancestors, who live in the five elements of nature viz. air, land, water, sky, and fire. Different countries have different languages so are the traditions and rituals.
Aboriginal people strictly follow an unwritten law of caring for the land, animal, bush etc. of their country, to pass them on to newer generations. Often, a place with rock art, waterhole, and wild bush; is referred as a Creek where the Aboriginal women gather to either find food, fetch water or perform a ceremony or a ritual. The artists engrave their dreamings on mountains and/or rocks as a message to future generations and also to embark their skill.
Janet Long Nakamarra comes from Utopia region of Central Australia. She belongs to the Nakamarra family and speaks Anmatyerre language. Her dreamings mainly involve Fire Dreaming, Underground Water, Sandy Creek 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.

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:

There are many dreamtime stories about Goanna and rainbow Snake. One of the stories is that a man named Nyimbungi from the area known as Bungawalbin, called on Goanna. Nyimbungi knew that Goanna was more powerful than Rainbow Snake. Naturally, goanna would be able refrain snake from eating Yabba (or bird). Goanna was kind and listened to the man and decided to chase Rainbow Snake from the island (eastward) towards the coast. At woodburn, they started going to the East and half way down the Evans River, Goanna caught the Rainbow Snake; but the snake quickly turned around and bit goanna on the head. Goanna has temporarily withdrawn from the battle in order to eat some herbs for his recovery from the bite. When he felt better, Goanna resumed his chase called Evans Head and looked around for Goanna. When he could not find Goanna, he decided to go back to the west. The Rainbow Snake then went into the Evans River and coiled itself around and created Snake Island.

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Home Country Ash by Tamara Murray May

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

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.

Home Country Blue by Tamara Murray May

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

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.

Home Country Gold by Tamara Murray May

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

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.

Home Country Green by Tamara Murray May

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

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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Homeward Bound Mug Rug Quilt instructions

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Composition: 100% Rayon

Fabric Width: 55/56″ (140 cm)

 

 

Composition: 100% Rayon

Fabric Width: 55/56″ (140 cm)

 

 

Composition: 100% Rayon

Fabric Width: 55/56″ (140 cm)

 

 

KANGAROO PATH BLACK

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Roseanne Morton is the daughter of Gracie Morton. Gracie is a well-known artist from Utopia. In this artwork, Roseanne beautifully depicted the white dots which represents drinking water for Kangaroo’s. The dotted lines between the waterholes are the walking paths of Kangaroo.

KANGAROO PATH BLUE

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Roseanne Morton is the daughter of Gracie Morton. Gracie is a well-known artist from Utopia. In this artwork, Roseanne beautifully depicted the white dots which represents drinking water for Kangaroo’s. The dotted lines between the waterholes are the walking paths of Kangaroo.

KANGAROO PATH YELLOW

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Roseanne Morton is the daughter of Gracie Morton. Gracie is a well-known artist from Utopia. In this artwork, Roseanne beautifully depicted the white dots which represents drinking water for Kangaroo’s. The dotted lines between the waterholes are the walking paths of Kangaroo.

Dreamtime:

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.

Dreamtime:

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.

Dreamtime:

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.

KINGFISHER CAMP

Dreamtime:

Kingfisher bird is the laughing Kookaburra of Australia, which lives in dry and fishless scrubland. It is sometimes called as “laughing jackass” because of its loud raucous cackle.

The Australian Kookaburra is the largest member in the family. The bird is known for its wild laughing call and the noisy inhabitant of outback, open forest and the woodland. Kookaburra is not a fish eater, it usually prefers to eat large insects, nestling birds, rodents etc. Young chicks of kookaburras stay with their parents for several years, before setting out to breed themselves.

According to Nambooka, the kingfisher teaches us about alertness and opportunity. We must first look and then decide if it is the right choices for us to benefit our lives. Nambooka’s design work is bold, colourful and attractive.

KINGFISHER CAMP

Dreamtime:

Kingfisher bird is the laughing Kookaburra of Australia, which lives in dry and fishless scrubland. It is sometimes called as “laughing jackass” because of its loud raucous cackle.

The Australian Kookaburra is the largest member in the family. The bird is known for its wild laughing call and the noisy inhabitant of outback, open forest and the woodland. Kookaburra is not a fish eater, it usually prefers to eat large insects, nestling birds, rodents etc. Young chicks of kookaburras stay with their parents for several years, before setting out to breed themselves.

According to Nambooka, the kingfisher teaches us about alertness and opportunity. We must first look and then decide if it is the right choices for us to benefit our lives. Nambooka’s design work is bold, colourful and attractive.

KINGFISHER CAMP

Dreamtime:
Kingfisher bird is the laughing Kookaburra of Australia, which lives in dry and fishless scrubland. It is sometimes called as “laughing jackass” because of its loud raucous cackle.

The Australian Kookaburra is the largest member in the family. The bird is known for its wild laughing call and the noisy inhabitant of outback, open forest and the woodland. Kookaburra is not a fish eater, it usually prefers to eat large insects, nestling birds, rodents etc. Young chicks of kookaburras stay with their parents for several years, before setting out to breed themselves.

According to Nambooka, the kingfisher teaches us about alertness and opportunity. We must first look and then decide if it is the right choices for us to benefit our lives. Nambooka’s design work is bold, colourful and attractive.

Dreamtime:

Koko’s string design is another popular design work presented by Audrey Napanangka. Audrey is almost an household name in the patchwork and quilting world. Her x-ray visioned idea, pictured uniquely the outer shell of a coconut and artistically presented the design to the quilters and art lovers. Innovative quilters and patch workers immediately welcomed the new challenge. It is hard to imagine how popular Audrey and her Koko’s String design have become. M&S Textiles appreciates both of them. Shortly, Koko’s String design will expand its perimeter into many other industries. This visionary design may be printed in many other colours in the near future.

Dreamtime:

Koko’s string design is another popular design work presented by Audrey Napanangka. Audrey is almost an household name in the patchwork and quilting world. Her x-ray visioned idea, pictured uniquely the outer shell of a coconut and artistically presented the design to the quilters and art lovers. Innovative quilters and patch workers immediately welcomed the new challenge. It is hard to imagine how popular Audrey and her Koko’s String design have become. M&S Textiles appreciates both of them. Shortly, Koko’s String design will expand its perimeter into many other industries. This visionary design may be printed in many other colours in the near future.

LADIES COLLECTING WILD FRUITS BLACK

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Ladies Collect Seeds to make damper (bread). In this artwork Jocelyn represented small concentric round shape fruits called Mulga seed. Ladies manually smash these seeds and make dough for damper. According to them the homemade breads are very tasty. The home-made tuckers are tasty as well as healthy.

Ladies Collecting Wild Fruits Blue

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Ladies Collect Seeds to make damper (bread). In this artwork Jocelyn represented small concentric round shape fruits called Mulga seed. Ladies manually smash these seeds and make dough for damper. According to them the homemade breads are very tasty. The home-made tuckers are tasty as well as healthy.

LADIES COLLECTING WILD FRUITS GOLD

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Ladies Collect Seeds to make damper (bread). In this artwork Jocelyn represented small concentric round shape fruits called Mulga seed. Ladies manually smash these seeds and make dough for damper. According to them the homemade breads are very tasty. The home-made tuckers are tasty as well as healthy.

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Margaret Wallace is a well-known artist. Her works are neat and attractive. Her works are always chased by art lovers. She depicted the dancing ladies beautifully. In her work, some of the ladies are carrying digging sticks and coolamons. When they get tired, they start collecting bush tucker to eat. They usually clean the area and sit down to eat the bush fruits for lunch. In the middle of the resting area, they sit down or place their accessories such as singing sticks or other personal accessories.

Women are respected and play a vital role in all the ceremonies. Communal gatherings and ceremonies are very common in all groups. These ceremonies are treated with respect and they make offerings to their ancestors. Women often apply paints of their dreams as communal offerings to their bodies. They sing and perform a ceremonial dance. Margaret has depicted this very clearly in this artwork. The ‘U’ shaped structure in the artwork represents women and their gathering at the ceremony. The dots in front of them shows a dancing track where they perform the ceremony.

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Margaret Wallace is a well-known artist. Her works are neat and attractive. Her works are always chased by art lovers. She depicted the dancing ladies beautifully. In her work, some of the ladies are carrying digging sticks and coolamons. When they get tired, they start collecting bush tucker to eat. They usually clean the area and sit down to eat the bush fruits for lunch. In the middle of the resting area, they sit down or place their accessories such as singing sticks or other personal accessories.

Women are respected and play a vital role in all the ceremonies. Communal gatherings and ceremonies are very common in all groups. These ceremonies are treated with respect and they make offerings to their ancestors. Women often apply paints of their dreams as communal offerings to their bodies. They sing and perform a ceremonial dance. Margaret has depicted this very clearly in this artwork. The ‘U’ shaped structure in the artwork represents women and their gathering at the ceremony. The dots in front of them shows a dancing track where they perform the ceremony.

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Margaret Wallace is a well-known artist. Her works are neat and attractive. Her works are always chased by art lovers. She depicted the dancing ladies beautifully. In her work, some of the ladies are carrying digging sticks and coolamons. When they get tired, they start collecting bush tucker to eat. They usually clean the area and sit down to eat the bush fruits for lunch. In the middle of the resting area, they sit down or place their accessories such as a singing sticks or other personal accessories.

Women are respected and play a vital role in all the ceremonies. Communal gatherings and ceremonies are very common in all groups. These ceremonies are treated with respect and they make offerings to their ancestors. Women often apply paints of their dreams as communal offerings to their bodies. They sing and perform a ceremonial dance. Margaret has depicted this very clearly in this artwork. The ‘U’ shaped structure in the artwork represents women and their gathering at the ceremony. The dots in front of them shows a dancing track where they perform the ceremony.

LAND OF UTOPIA BLACK

Dreamtime:

Utopia region of Australia is the home to many Aboriginals covering over 3500 sq.km with the Sandover River in the vicinity. A few of them now live in the metro area of Alice Springs and others in the camping sites out in the bush. They prefer living close to the bush, taking care of their land (country). The two main languages spoken in this area are Alyawarr and Anmatyerre.
The name Utopia (Uturupa), means ‘Big Sand Hill’, a region in the northwest of Central Australia. It is an amalgamation of several large and small communities. There are only a few schools, grocery supply stores, hospitals etc. in the remote areas of Utopia. Alice Springs, the nearest town is the best place for one-stop shopping. Highways, including unsigned roads, mud roads to local communities are a rich source of red-dirt as seen in the central deserts of Australia. Often this bigger picture is referred to Sandhills by the Aboriginal artists.
Anna Pitjara comes from Utopia region of Central Australia. She belongs to the Petyarre / Pitjara family and speaks Anmatyerre language. Her dreaming’s mainly involve Body Painting, Bush Yam, Yam Seeds, Sandhill etc.

Dreamtime:

Utopia region of Australia is the home to many Aboriginals covering over 3500 sq.km with the Sandover River in the vicinity. A few of them now live in the metro area of Alice Springs and others in the camping sites out in the bush. They prefer living close to the bush, taking care of their land (country). The two main languages spoken in this area are Alyawarr and Anmatyerre.
The name Utopia (Uturupa), means ‘Big Sand Hill’, a region in the northwest of Central Australia. It is an amalgamation of several large and small communities. There are only a few schools, grocery supply stores, hospitals etc. in the remote areas of Utopia. Alice Springs, the nearest town is the best place for one-stop shopping. Highways, including unsigned roads, mud roads to local communities are a rich source of red-dirt as seen in the central deserts of Australia. Often this bigger picture is referred to Sandhills by the Aboriginal artists.
Anna Pitjara comes from Utopia region of Central Australia. She belongs to the Petyarre / Pitjara family and speaks Anmatyerre language. Her dreaming’s mainly involve Body Painting, Bush Yam, Yam Seeds, Sandhill etc.

LAND OF UTOPIA WHITE

Dreamtime:

Utopia region of Australia is the home to many Aboriginals covering over 3500 sq.km with the Sandover River in the vicinity. A few of them now live in the metro area of Alice Springs and others in the camping sites out in the bush. They prefer living close to the bush, taking care of their land (country). The two main languages spoken in this area are Alyawarr and Anmatyerre.
The name Utopia (Uturupa), means ‘Big Sand Hill’, a region in the northwest of Central Australia. It is an amalgamation of several large and small communities. There are only a few schools, grocery supply stores, hospitals etc. in the remote areas of Utopia. Alice Springs, the nearest town is the best place for one-stop shopping. Highways, including unsigned roads, mud roads to local communities are a rich source of red-dirt as seen in the central deserts of Australia. Often this bigger picture is referred to Sandhills by the Aboriginal artists.
Anna Pitjara comes from Utopia region of Central Australia. She belongs to the Petyarre / Pitjara family and speaks Anmatyerre language. Her dreaming’s mainly involve Body Painting, Bush Yam, Yam Seeds, Sandhill etc.

Lillup Dreaming Ash by Karen Bird

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

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.

Lillup Dreaming Green by Karen Bird

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

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.

Lillup Dreaming Purple by Karen Bird

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

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.

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Thinking about our ancestors, this painting has been prepared in acknowledgement of those who have lost family ties and cultural connections. The tri-coloured curving bands represent the paths travelled by people to reconnect with lost or stolen family history, while the shapes and infill colours utilised remind us of our ancestors’ country, and our own lost connections to family and culture. Greg Mathews is a descendant of the Manegin people, being a clan member of Tasmania’s north-west nation. Greg’s painting is an excellent depiction of this lost culture.

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Thinking about our ancestors, this painting has been prepared in acknowledgement of those who have lost family ties and cultural connections. The tri-coloured curving bands represent the paths travelled by people to reconnect with lost or stolen family history, while the shapes and infill colours utilised remind us of our ancestors’ country, and our own lost connections to family and culture. Greg Mathews is a descendant of the Manegin people, being a clan member of Tasmania’s north-west nation. Greg’s painting is an excellent depiction of this lost culture.

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Thinking about our ancestors, this painting has been prepared in acknowledgement of those who have lost family ties and cultural connections. The tri-coloured curving bands represent the paths travelled by people to reconnect with lost or stolen family history, while the shapes and infill colours utilised remind us of our ancestors’ country, and our own lost connections to family and culture. Greg Mathews is a descendant of the Manegin people, being a clan member of Tasmania’s north-west nation. Greg’s painting is an excellent depiction of this lost culture.

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Magic Carpet Quilt instructions

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Composition: 100% Rayon

Fabric Width: 55/56″ (140 cm)

 

 

Composition: 100% Rayon

Fabric Width: 55/56″ (140 cm)

 

 

Composition: 100% Rayon

Fabric Width: 55/56″ (140 cm)

 

 

MAN & GOANNA BLACK

Dreamtime: Gary Reid is a popular and skilled designer. His designs are colourful, neat and bold. His works are well defined and very attractive. He comes from the northern side of Australia. There are about thirty different types and sizes of goanna available in the world. However, Australia along has got more than 20 goanna species. The largest size of goanna is native to Australia. Except for Tasmania, all the other states of Australia have Various types of goannas. They accustomed to surviving in varied climate conditions. In Australia, the blue tongue goanna is very popular. It is widely seen in Northern territory. Gary Reid presented his design work professionally. His design is very attractive and to enhance his design profile he skilfully incorporated digging sticks, boomerang, waterhole, men and women as visitors. Gary’s designs are praiseworthy.

MAN & GOANNA BROWN

Dreamtime: Gary Reid is a popular and skilled designer. His designs are colourful, neat and bold. His works are well defined and very attractive. He comes from the northern side of Australia. There are about thirty different types and sizes of goanna available in the world. However, Australia along has got more than 20 goanna species. The largest size of goanna is native to Australia. Except for Tasmania, all the other states of Australia have Various types of goannas. They accustomed to surviving in varied climate conditions. In Australia, the blue tongue goanna is very popular. It is widely seen in Northern territory. Gary Reid presented his design work professionally. His design is very attractive and to enhance his design profile he skilfully incorporated digging sticks, boomerang, waterhole, men and women as visitors. Gary’s designs are praiseworthy.

MAN & GOANNA VIOLET

Dreamtime: Gary Reid is a popular and skilled designer. His designs are colourful, neat and bold. His works are well defined and very attractive. He comes from the northern side of Australia. There are about thirty different types and sizes of goanna available in the world. However, Australia along has got more than 20 goanna species. The largest size of goanna is native to Australia. Except for Tasmania, all the other states of Australia have Various types of goannas. They accustomed to surviving in varied climate conditions. In Australia, the blue tongue goanna is very popular. It is widely seen in Northern territory. Gary Reid presented his design work professionally. His design is very attractive and to enhance his design profile he skilfully incorporated digging sticks, boomerang, waterhole, men and women as visitors. Gary’s designs are praiseworthy.

MEETING PLACES BLACK WIDE

Dreamtime:

Meeting places are very important in Aboriginal culture. Elders and other meet together to discuss the well being of the community. All these gatherings address one or the other interactive insights into the traditional skills, ancient stories and day to day life of the Aboriginal people. The heads of the community will add their cultural experiences by sharing their mesmerized stories of ancient ancestors which are represented through their drawings. These gatherings provide an opportunity to come together to celebrate and consolidate their traditional cultural practices and identity.
Josie Cavanagh is a very good artist. She has depicted the meeting colorfully. Various circles in the artwork represents the waterholes and the people sitting around the circle to discuss their community matters.

MEETING PLACES BLACK WIDE

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Fabric: 100% Woven Cotton Fabric; Width: 57~58″
Meeting places are very important in Aboriginal culture. Elders and other meet together to discuss the well being of the community. All these gatherings address one or the other interactive insights into the traditional skills, ancient stories and day to day life of the Aboriginal people. The heads of the community will add their cultural experiences by sharing their mesmerized stories of ancient ancestors which are represented through their drawings. These gatherings provide an opportunity to come together to celebrate and consolidate their traditional cultural practices and identity.
Josie Cavanagh is a very good artist. She has depicted the meeting colorfully. Various circles in the artwork represents the waterholes and the people sitting around the circle to discuss their community matters.

MEETING PLACES BLUE

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Meeting places are very important in Aboriginal culture. Elders and other meet together to discuss the well being of the community. All these gatherings address one or the other interactive insights into the traditional skills, ancient stories and day to day life of the Aboriginal people. The heads of the community will add their cultural experiences by sharing their mesmerized stories of ancient ancestors which are represented through their drawings. These gatherings provide an opportunity to come together to celebrate and consolidate their traditional cultural practices and identity.
Josie Cavanagh is a very good artist. She has depicted the meeting colorfully. Various circles in the artwork represents the waterholes and the people sitting around the circle to discuss their community matters.

MEETING PLACES ECRU

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Meeting places are very important in Aboriginal culture. Elders and other meet together to discuss the well being of the community. All these gatherings address one or the other interactive insights into the traditional skills, ancient stories and day to day life of the Aboriginal people. The heads of the community will add their cultural experiences by sharing their mesmerized stories of ancient ancestors which are represented through their drawings. These gatherings provide an opportunity to come together to celebrate and consolidate their traditional cultural practices and identity.
Josie Cavanagh is a very good artist. She has depicted the meeting colorfully. Various circles in the artwork represents the waterholes and the people sitting around the circle to discuss their community matters.

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Indigenous people of Australia hunt and fetch their food from various sources came from the bush, the land and the sea. They use Bush Tucker such as Bush Banana, Bush Berries, Bush Plums etc. as their diet. They also hunt in the wild for wild animals. Men hunt Kangaroo with various hunting tools they have procured from their ancestors and women pick the fruits & vegetables from the bush. Over the years, they have learnt various ways of hunting, collecting and preparing their food.

Kerry Pearce is a young artist from the Coniston Station in the northwest of Alice Springs, Northern Territory. She belongs to Anmatyerre language group. Her learning with art & crafts helped her to gain a skilful hand and the teachings from her family and ancestors. In this artwork, Kerry depicted on how her people used to hunt in the bush for their food.

Men-and-Women-Hunting-Purple-by-Kerry-Pearce

Dreamtime:

Indigenous people of Australia hunt and fetch their food from various sources came from the bush, the land and the sea. They use Bush Tucker such as Bush Banana, Bush Berries, Bush Plums etc. as their diet. They also hunt in the wild for wild animals. Men hunt Kangaroo with various hunting tools they have procured from their ancestors and women pick the fruits & vegetables from the bush. Over the years, they have learnt various ways of hunting, collecting and preparing their food.

Kerry Pearce is a young artist from the Coniston Station in the northwest of Alice Springs, Northern Territory. She belongs to Anmatyerre language group. Her learning with art & crafts helped her to gain a skilful hand and the teachings from her family and ancestors. In this artwork, Kerry depicted on how her people used to hunt in the bush for their food.

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

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Heather Kennedy is a skillful artist, and her works combine many different colors. In this artwork she depicts Meteors. A cheeky woman named Puggareeta tormented and fought a snake. Their wrestling heated the up ground forming the hills and mountains of the landscapes. The snake cast the woman into the sky where she is held. Spirit Mienteina Puggareeta continued to play tricks on the sky deities who occasionally grew frustrated with her antics and threw her across the sky. She is seen as a Meteor.

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Heather Kennedy is a skillful artist, and her works combine many different colors. In this artwork she depicts Meteors. A cheeky woman named Puggareeta tormented and fought a snake. Their wrestling heated the up ground forming the hills and mountains of the landscapes. The snake cast the woman into the sky where she is held. Spirit Mienteina Puggareeta continued to play tricks on the sky deities who occasionally grew frustrated with her antics and threw her across the sky. She is seen as a Meteor.

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Heather Kennedy is a skillful artist, and her works combine many different colors. In this artwork she depicts Meteors. A cheeky woman named Puggareeta tormented and fought a snake. Their wrestling heated the up ground forming the hills and mountains of the landscapes. The snake cast the woman into the sky where she is held. Spirit Mienteina Puggareeta continued to play tricks on the sky deities who occasionally grew frustrated with her antics and threw her across the sky. She is seen as a Meteor.

MIRRAM MIRRAM AKA RED

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Bea Edwards is also known as Nambooka. She was taught by her grandmother. She belongs to indigenous language group of Pyemmairrener. Bea was born in Tasmania and currently she lives and works in Melbourne, Victoria. Nambooka is almost a household name in Patchwork and Quilting industry in Australia and USA after her famous design Bambillah. Many of her artworks are in public galleries and private collections. Nambooka’s art is about flora and fauna, indigenous development, nature and spirituality. Her artwork is distinctive, unique and aboriginal. Many of you may remember her most popular artwork – Bambillah “Mirram Mirram Aka” means Kangaroo Ground. This artwork is bold, colorful and graphic. It shows that when you enter he grounds of Kangaroo, it is said that you will gain strength and stamina. The hunter would sit within the Kangaroo ground for some time before starting the hunt to gain the strength and stamina to ensure a successful hunt.

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