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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.

Tree-Snake-Gathering-Gray-by-Anonymous

Dreamtime:

The common tree snake (Dendrelaphis punctulata), also called green tree snake and Australian tree snake is a slender, large-eyed, non-venomous, diurnal snake of many parts of Australia, especially in the northern and eastern coastal areas. This common snake is harmless, readily recognized as it is an agile snake with a very slender body and tail. The body color varies from green to olive-green to black, sometimes even blue.
The rain serpent is a common motif in Aboriginal artworks. When a rainbow is sighted in the sky, it is said that the serpent is moving from one waterhole to another. For this reason, some waterholes get never dried.

Tree-Snake-Gathering-Purple-by-Anonymous

Dreamtime:

The common tree snake (Dendrelaphis punctulata), also called green tree snake and Australian tree snake is a slender, large-eyed, non-venomous, diurnal snake of many parts of Australia, especially in the northern and eastern coastal areas. This common snake is harmless, readily recognized as it is an agile snake with a very slender body and tail. The body color varies from green to olive-green to black, sometimes even blue.
The rain serpent is a common motif in Aboriginal artworks. When a rainbow is sighted in the sky, it is said that the serpent is moving from one waterhole to another. For this reason, some waterholes get never dried.

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UNDERGROUND WATER BLACK

Dreamtime:

Water is a most precious commodity in Northern Territory. Annual average rainfall in Alice Spring is about 24mm. 90% of territories water supply comes from underground. The Todd River flows through Alice Springs only when there is downpour of rain water, otherwise most of the time the river is just dry sand. However, there is a Regatta every year. This is the only Regatta race in the world held on dry sand and soil, known as Todd River Race.

In the old days there was no ‘town water’ supply available. Despite this, Aboriginal people knew where to find drinking water. Water was available underneath the soil near trees, rocks and near the wild bird movements etc. Aboriginal people used digging sticks, Coolamon etc. to dig and fetch the water to drink. Janet Long is a well-known and skilled artist and she wonderfully depicted soakage, aquifers porous, rocks, etc. Her artwork is excellent and vivid.

Dreamtime:

Water is a most precious commodity in Northern Territory. Annual average rainfall in Alice Spring is about 24mm. 90% of territories water supply comes from underground. The Todd River flows through Alice Springs only when there is downpour of rain water, otherwise most of the time the river is just dry sand. However, there is a Regatta every year. This is the only Regatta race in the world held on dry sand and soil, known as Todd River Race.

In the old days there was no ‘town water’ supply available. Despite this, Aboriginal people knew where to find drinking water. Water was available underneath the soil near trees, rocks and near the wild bird movements etc. Aboriginal people used digging sticks, Coolamon etc. to dig and fetch the water to drink. Janet Long is a well-known and skilled artist and she wonderfully depicted soakage, aquifers porous, rocks, etc. Her artwork is excellent and vivid.

Dreamtime:

Water is a most precious commodity in Northern Territory. Annual average rainfall in Alice Spring is about 24mm. 90% of territories water supply comes from underground. The Todd River flows through Alice Springs only when there is downpour of rain water, otherwise most of the time the river is just dry sand. However, there is a Regatta every year. This is the only Regatta race in the world held on dry sand and soil, known as Todd River Race.

In the old days there was no ‘town water’ supply available. Despite this, Aboriginal people knew where to find drinking water. Water was available underneath the soil near trees, rocks and near the wild bird movements etc. Aboriginal people used digging sticks, Coolamon etc. to dig and fetch the water to drink. Janet Long is a well-known and skilled artist and she wonderfully depicted soakage, aquifers porous, rocks, etc. Her artwork is excellent and vivid.

UNTITLED BLACK BY NAMBOOKA

Dreamtime:

Aboriginal artist Nambooka, being skillful and well-known, made an excellent pattern with the crosswire. Nambooka has been almost a household name with the quilters. She is bold and colorful designer. Many of Nambooka’s designs are very well accepted by craft lovers and art enthusiasts. Her ‘Untitled’ artwork is brilliant, soothing and extraordinary.

UNTITLED BLUE

Dreamtime:

Aboriginal artist Nambooka, being skillful and well-known, made an excellent pattern with the crosswire. Nambooka has been almost a household name with the quilters. She is bold and colorful designer. Many of Nambooka’s designs are very well accepted by craft lovers and art enthusiasts. Her ‘Untitled’ artwork is brilliant, soothing and extraordinary.

UNTITLED GOLD

Dreamtime:

Aboriginal artist Nambooka, being skillful and well-known, made an excellent pattern with the crosswire. Nambooka has been almost a household name with the quilters. She is bold and colorful designer. Many of Nambooka’s designs are very well accepted by craft lovers and art enthusiasts. Her ‘Untitled’ artwork is brilliant, soothing and extraordinary.

UNTITLED NEUTRAL

Dreamtime:

Aboriginal artist Nambooka, being skillful and well-known, made an excellent pattern with the crosswire. Nambooka has been almost a household name with the quilters. She is bold and colorful designer. Many of Nambooka’s designs are very well accepted by craft lovers and art enthusiasts. Her ‘Untitled’ artwork is brilliant, soothing and extraordinary.

UNTITLED PURPLE

Dreamtime:

Aboriginal artist Nambooka, being skillful and well-known, made an excellent pattern with the crosswire. Nambooka has been almost a household name with the quilters. She is bold and colorful designer. Many of Nambooka’s designs are very well accepted by craft lovers and art enthusiasts. Her ‘Untitled’ artwork is brilliant, soothing and extraordinary.

UNTITLED RED

Dreamtime:

Aboriginal artist Nambooka, being skillful and well-known, made an excellent pattern with the crosswire. Nambooka has been almost a household name with the quilters. She is bold and colorful designer. Many of Nambooka’s designs are very well accepted by craft lovers and art enthusiasts. Her ‘Untitled’ artwork is brilliant, soothing and extraordinary.

Dreamtime:

Betty Mbitjana is an excellent artist from Utopia. Many of her works are displayed in various art galleries in Australia. Some of Betty’s works are with Bush Plum Seeds which are presented meticulously on canvas painting with small sticks. Her dreaming is Bush Plum Seeds.

Dreamtime:

Betty Mbitjana is an excellent artist from Utopia. Many of her works are displayed in various art galleries in Australia. Some of Betty’s works are with Bush Plum Seeds which are presented meticulously on canvas painting with small sticks. Her dreaming is Bush Plum Seeds.

Dreamtime:

Audrey Napanangka is a very well-known Artist. Many of her art works have been printed on textile materials by M&S Textiles Australia. She skilfully painted her dreaming; i.e. Water Dreaming. In Desert areas of Australia, it is hard to find water. 90% of water comes from underground. Audrey’s experience in the bush tells her where and how to find drinking water in the waterholes. The long curved lines indicate the movement of water in the area. Dotted lines and smaller circles indicate various soakage’s, broken roads, sands, etc.

Many Aboriginal people live in open areas near the bushes. Water has been their most wanted commodity for living in or around the bush. However, most people living near the bush know how and where to find water. They have good knowledge of waterholes, ponds, river water, billabongs etc.

Aboriginal Ceremonies are generally held near the waterholes.

Dreamtime:

Audrey Napanangka is a very well-known Artist. Many of her art works have been printed on textile materials by M&S Textiles Australia. She skilfully painted her dreaming; i.e. Water Dreaming. In Desert areas of Australia, it is hard to find water. 90% of water comes from underground. Audrey’s experience in the bush tells her where and how to find drinking water in the waterholes. The long curved lines indicate the movement of water in the area. Dotted lines and smaller circles indicate various soakage’s, broken roads, sands, etc.

Many Aboriginal people live in open areas near the bushes. Water has been their most wanted commodity for living in or around the bush. However, most people living near the bush know how and where to find water. They have good knowledge of waterholes, ponds, river water, billabongs etc.

Aboriginal Ceremonies are generally held near the waterholes.

Dreamtime:

Anna Pitjara comes from a well-known Aboriginal artist family. She was born in 1965, at Utopia Station. Her mother Gloria Ngale was a pioneer artist in Aboriginal batik industry, when for the first time Aboriginal designs were converted into silk batiks in Australia. Anna was introduced to batik industry by her mother. She also inherited some dreamtime stories from her parents. Anna’s artwork on waterhole and seeds is an excellent piece of artwork. It is bold strong and neat. Both seeds and waterhole are neatly drawn in a semi desert surrounding. Many of Anna’s artworks have been procured by Australian National and State art galleries and many private collectors.

WATERHOLE BLACK

Dreamtime:

Anna Pitjara was born in 1965, in Utopia Station north-east of Alice Springs, Northern Territory. She comes from a well-known artist family. Her late mother, Gloria Ngale, was a famous artist. Anna worked in well-known batik projects in 1980’s at a relatively young age. She established herself with enormous potential in the art world of Utopia. She inherited some Dreamtime stories from her grandfather and father. As a traditional Aboriginal designer her artworks are involved in body painting designs. In semi-desert or desert area of Northern Territory, water is always a precious commodity. Aboriginals were vigilant to find new sources of water in the form of waterhole or soakage trench. Anna’s design of the waterhole is almost an aerial view of salt lakes and surrounding country. Her designs are innovative, neat and bold. Many of the art galleries including the National and State art galleries have Anna’s artworks in their collections.

Dreamtime:

Anna Pitjara was born in 1965, in Utopia Station north-east of Alice Springs, Northern Territory. She comes from a well-known artist family. Her late mother, Gloria Ngale, was a famous artist. Anna worked in well-known batik projects in 1980’s at a relatively young age. She established herself with enormous potential in the art world of Utopia. She inherited some Dreamtime stories from her grandfather and father. As a traditional Aboriginal designer her artworks are involved in body painting designs. In semi-desert or desert area of Northern Territory, water is always a precious commodity. Aboriginals were vigilant to find new sources of water in the form of waterhole or soakage trench. Anna’s design of the waterhole is almost an aerial view of salt lakes and surrounding country. Her designs are innovative, neat and bold. Many of the art galleries including the National and State art galleries have Anna’s artworks in their collections.

WILD BEANS BLACK

Dreamtime: Audrey Martin Napanangka is a well-known Aboriginal Artist from Yuendumu central. she is well experienced with Bush Tucker, Bush onion, Bush Coconut and another bush dreaming. Her colour sense for the respective dreaming is excellent. Despite her artwork, Audrey is a very experienced bush tucker collector. Normally she collects bush Tucker, Bush Onion, Bush Coconut, bush Banana and many other. Audrey is skilled in collecting right, flowers, fruits, grubs, caterpillars, honey ants and many more. Being an Aboriginal artist, she draws numerous images of bush beans, bush food. Audrey artworks are colourful and attractive many of her artworks are published in books & magazines. Alice spring city council featured Audrey’s work in various places.

WILD BEANS BLUE

Dreamtime: Audrey Martin Napanangka is a well-known Aboriginal Artist from Yuendumu central. she is well experienced with Bush Tucker, Bush onion, Bush Coconut and another bush dreaming. Her colour sense for the respective dreaming is excellent. Despite her artwork, Audrey is a very experienced bush tucker collector. Normally she collects bush Tucker, Bush Onion, Bush Coconut, bush Banana and many other. Audrey is skilled in collecting right, flowers, fruits, grubs, caterpillars, honey ants and many more. Being an Aboriginal artist, she draws numerous images of bush beans, bush food. Audrey artworks are colourful and attractive many of her artworks are published in books & magazines. Alice spring city council featured Audrey’s work in various places.

WILD BEANS GOLD

Dreamtime: Audrey Martin Napanangka is a well-known Aboriginal Artist from Yuendumu central. she is well experienced with Bush Tucker, Bush onion, Bush Coconut and another bush dreaming. Her colour sense for the respective dreaming is excellent. Despite her artwork, Audrey is a very experienced bush tucker collector. Normally she collects bush Tucker, Bush Onion, Bush Coconut, bush Banana and many other. Audrey is skilled in collecting right, flowers, fruits, grubs, caterpillars, honey ants and many more. Being an Aboriginal artist, she draws numerous images of bush beans, bush food. Audrey artworks are colourful and attractive many of her artworks are published in books & magazines. Alice spring city council featured Audrey’s work in various places.

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WILD BUSH FLOWERS BLACK

Dreamtime:

Layla comes from Yuendumu, Northern Territory, and belongs to the Warlpiri language group. She is an accomplished indigenous artist whose paintings have been acquired by many private collectors. Her paintings are about traditional Aboriginal stories and symbols. Her Dreaming is ‘Wild Bush Flowers’ which she inherited from the ancestors however she has skillfully developed her individual style of painting in to the canvas.

This artwork depicts bush seeds, wild flowers and pods gathered by the Aboriginal women in Ventral Australia. Bush seeds and pods are the staple bush tucker and they are also collected for countless other purposes, such as traditional bush medicine.

WILD BUSH FLOWERS PURPLE

Dreamtime:

Layla comes from Yuendumu, Northern Territory, and belongs to the Warlpiri language group. She is an accomplished indigenous artist whose paintings have been acquired by many private collectors. Her paintings are about traditional Aboriginal stories and symbols. Her Dreaming is ‘Wild Bush Flowers’ which she inherited from the ancestors however she has skillfully developed her individual style of painting in to the canvas.

This artwork depicts bush seeds, wild flowers and pods gathered by the Aboriginal women in Ventral Australia. Bush seeds and pods are the staple bush tucker and they are also collected for countless other purposes, such as traditional bush medicine.

WILD COCONUT BLACK BY A.M. NAPANANGKA

Dreamtime:

Medium to average height coconut trees are spread throughout parts of the bush. Aboriginal people access the fruits by hand or stick with nets. The middle part of coconut is delicious. Coconut trees are found in nearby bushes of Yuendumu, NT. Audrey, in this artwork skilfully depicted her dreaming of how these wild coconut’s are spread across in her country where she grew up. M&S Textiles Australia is the largest manufacturer of Australian Aboriginal designs printed on good quality 100% cotton fabric. Aboriginal artworks are popular throughout the world and the only living ancient artworks. Its tradition goes back 50,000 years ago revealed by carbon dating of rock painting, cave painting etc. It is amazing that many of the artists do not have any formal education or training.

Dreamtime:

Central Australia is known for its harsh landscape, but during years of good rain the desert can erupt in a display of color stretching for miles. There is nothing like landscape full of flowers and the view that you get in Central Australia is huge and spectacular with the blossoms of these wild desert flowers. Each year the Alice Springs desert parks act as the mirror of these wild desert flowers and also help in planting a wide range of native and new seeds gathered from the blossom of the desert flowers left outs. These flowers will be found during the winter months of the year and giving a spectacular vision for the travelers during the tourist season. But, catching a true wildflower event in the bush can be a difficult thing. The plants rely on good rain at the right time. Generally these wildflowers are found in the month of May during the autumn season in Alice Springs.

WILD SEED & WATERHOLE BLACK

Dreamtime:

Wild Seeds and Waterhole is an excellent design of Tanya’s motherland, Utopia. Many famous indigenous artists come from Utopia. Modern Aboriginal art started its journey with Jeffrey Brandon, a school teacher who was posted in Utopia to teach artworks to aboriginal children.

Tanya depicts Australia’s wild flowers and wild seeds skilfully, which were blown by wind. People around the area collect the seeds and wash them to get rid of sand and stones. They dry and powder the seeds after washing them. Women sit around the waterhole while they chat and make a tasty bread with the powder and eat it.

Wild-Seed-Waterhole-Red-by-Tanya-Price-Nangala

Dreamtime:

Wild Seeds and Waterhole is an excellent design of Tanya’s motherland, Utopia. Many famous indigenous artists come from Utopia. Modern Aboriginal art started its journey with Jeffrey Brandon, a school teacher who was posted in Utopia to teach artworks to aboriginal children.

Tanya depicts Australia’s wild flowers and wild seeds skilfully, which were blown by wind. People around the area collect the seeds and wash them to get rid of sand and stones. They dry and powder the seeds after washing them. Women sit around the waterhole while they chat and make a tasty bread with the powder and eat it.

WILD SEED & WATERHOLE YELLOW

Dreamtime:

Wild Seeds and Waterhole is an excellent design of Tanya’s motherland, Utopia. Many famous indigenous artists come from Utopia. Modern Aboriginal art started its journey with Jeffrey Brandon, a school teacher who was posted in Utopia to teach artworks to aboriginal children.

Tanya depicts Australia’s wild flowers and wild seeds skilfully, which were blown by wind. People around the area collect the seeds and wash them to get rid of sand and stones. They dry and powder the seeds after washing them. Women sit around the waterhole while they chat and make a tasty bread with the powder and eat it.

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.

Wildflowers After Rain Blue by Letisha Doolan.ai

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

The best time to visit NT is during the wet season. The top end is subject to unprecedented for the seasons. The top end’s wettest month featuring blooming wildflowers. Letisha is a well-known artist and many of her artworks are in private collections. Her works are colourful and detailed. In this art she is skilful at drawing numerous things the forefathers created for the future generations. She neatly drew her Bush Tucker decorating with her own style. Letisha grew in up in Alice Springs, NT. She collected various bush fruits after the rain and decorated her tray beautifully. In NT usually the whole area becomes joyful and happy after rain. Letisha used artistic skill to draw beautiful artwork for the art lovers. She is an excellent artist.

Wildflowers After Rain Red by Letisha Doolan

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

The best time to visit NT is during the wet season. The top end is subject to unprecedented for the seasons. The top end’s wettest month featuring blooming wildflowers. Letisha is a well-known artist and many of her artworks are in private collections. Her works are colourful and detailed. In this art she is skilful at drawing numerous things the forefathers created for the future generations. She neatly drew her Bush Tucker decorating with her own style. Letisha grew in up in Alice Springs, NT. She collected various bush fruits after the rain and decorated her tray beautifully. In NT usually the whole area becomes joyful and happy after rain. Letisha used artistic skill to draw beautiful artwork for the art lovers. She is an excellent artist.

Wildflowers After Rain Yellow by Letisha Doolan

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

The best time to visit NT is during the wet season. The top end is subject to unprecedented for the seasons. The top end’s wettest month featuring blooming wildflowers. Letisha is a well-known artist and many of her artworks are in private collections. Her works are colourful and detailed. In this art she is skilful at drawing numerous things the forefathers created for the future generations. She neatly drew her Bush Tucker decorating with her own style. Letisha grew in up in Alice Springs, NT. She collected various bush fruits after the rain and decorated her tray beautifully. In NT usually the whole area becomes joyful and happy after rain. Letisha used artistic skill to draw beautiful artwork for the art lovers. She is an excellent artist.

WILD FLOWERS DREAMING 2 BLACK

Dreamtime: In winter, after rains, new flowers become abundant. These become very decorative with bright yellow, pink and lavender colours. Wild bush onions have small bulb like onions, long slender green leaves, like thick blades of grass and have distinct onion smell. The bulbs offer a pungent onion flavour; however, the green tops are milder. These can be eaten raw and is considered an important food for Kimberly Aboriginal people. People gather bush onions by digging in the sand. The best time to gather bush onions is in April/May. Bush onions are also favourite food for native birds, known as Brolgas.

Jane is an experienced Aboriginal designer from the well-known Doolan family in Alice Springs, N.T. Jane skilfully drew bush onions (cyperus bulbosus) and wild flowers in separate garden beds in a beautiful way.

WILD FLOWERS DREAMING 2 PURPLE

Dreamtime: In winter, after rains, new flowers become abundant. These become very decorative with bright yellow, pink and lavender colours. Wild bush onions have small bulb like onions, long slender green leaves, like thick blades of grass and have distinct onion smell. The bulbs offer a pungent onion flavour; however, the green tops are milder. These can be eaten raw and is considered an important food for Kimberly Aboriginal people. People gather bush onions by digging in the sand. The best time to gather bush onions is in April/May. Bush onions are also favourite food for native birds, known as Brolgas.

Jane is an experienced Aboriginal designer from the well-known Doolan family in Alice Springs, N.T. Jane skilfully drew bush onions (cyperus bulbosus) and wild flowers in separate garden beds in a beautiful way.

WILD FLOWERS DREAMING 2 YELLOW

Dreamtime: In winter, after rains, new flowers become abundant. These become very decorative with bright yellow, pink and lavender colours. Wild bush onions have small bulb like onions, long slender green leaves, like thick blades of grass and have distinct onion smell. The bulbs offer a pungent onion flavour; however, the green tops are milder. These can be eaten raw and is considered an important food for Kimberly Aboriginal people. People gather bush onions by digging in the sand. The best time to gather bush onions is in April/May. Bush onions are also favourite food for native birds, known as Brolgas.

Jane is an experienced Aboriginal designer from the well-known Doolan family in Alice Springs, N.T. Jane skilfully drew bush onions (cyperus bulbosus) and wild flowers in separate garden beds in a beautiful way.

WILD FLOWERS DREAMING BLACK

Dreamtime:

Alice Springs, Northern Territory, is a semi desert region. Annual rainfall in this region is very low. However, in winter soon after small rainfall one can witness the lush of colourful wild flowers blossom almost everywhere. It is a scenery never to miss or forget. Every home, garden, bush, roadside etc., will be dancing with numerous colourful flowers. Tanya being an experienced and skillful designer adds the bush and the blossom in her landscape canvas excellently.

Tanya Price is a well-known Aboriginal designer. Her works are neat and colourful. Tanya comes from a famous artist family in utopia, northern territory. So far most of her works were reprinted due to customer’s demand.

WILD FLOWERS DREAMING RED

Dreamtime:

Alice Springs, Northern Territory, is a semi desert region. Annual rainfall in this region is very low. However, in winter soon after small rainfall one can witness the lush of colourful wild flowers blossom almost everywhere. It is a scenery never to miss or forget. Every home, garden, bush, roadside etc., will be dancing with numerous colourful flowers. Tanya being an experienced and skillful designer adds the bush and the blossom in her landscape canvas excellently.

Tanya Price is a well-known Aboriginal designer. Her works are neat and colourful. Tanya comes from a famous artist family in utopia, northern territory. So far most of her works were reprinted due to customer’s demand.

WILD FLOWERS DREAMING YELLOW

Dreamtime:

Alice Springs, Northern Territory, is a semi desert region. Annual rainfall in this region is very low. However, in winter soon after small rainfall one can witness the lush of colourful wild flowers blossom almost everywhere. It is a scenery never to miss or forget. Every home, garden, bush, roadside etc., will be dancing with numerous colourful flowers. Tanya being an experienced and skillful designer adds the bush and the blossom in her landscape canvas excellently.

Tanya Price is a well-known Aboriginal designer. Her works are neat and colourful. Tanya comes from a famous artist family in utopia, northern territory. So far most of her works were reprinted due to customer’s demand.

WINTER SPIRITS BROWN

Dreamtime:

Faye Oliver is an experienced and well established artist. She worked at Keringke Art Centre for about six years, as an assistant art co-ordinator. Through her works, she tries to bring harmony in the community. We can see an expression of modesty in her works. She believes in trust and peace in the community.

In Dreamtime, there weren’t many people or living beings such as animals, birds etc. Every being used to understand each other’s language and they didn’t know of death. However, one day, a little bird fell from a tree and broke its neck, paralysing its body. The elderly knowledgeable birds and animals announced that the spirits have taken the bird from the world to get a new bird. Although everybody accepted this idea, they wanted to confirm this by watching the bird. The caterpillars volunteered to do so. The elderly ordered the caterpillars to watch the bird from clouds in the sky throughout the winter. One fine early day of the spring, the caterpillars transformed into butterflies and returned to the camp with beautiful bodies. Since then, the caterpillars spend the winters in cocoons to transform into butterflies, a wonderful gift of nature. In this design, Faye depicted the spirits watching over the Dreamtime creatures from the sky. She also depicted the bush and camp with beautiful and vibrant winter colours.

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Dreamtime:

Faye Oliver is an experienced and well established artist. She worked at Keringke Art Centre for about six years, as an assistant art co-ordinator. Through her works, she tries to bring harmony in the community. We can see an expression of modesty in her works. She believes in trust and peace in the community.

In Dreamtime, there weren’t many people or living beings such as animals, birds etc. Every being used to understand each other’s language and they didn’t know of death. However, one day, a little bird fell from a tree and broke its neck, paralysing its body. The elderly knowledgeable birds and animals announced that the spirits have taken the bird from the world to get a new bird. Although everybody accepted this idea, they wanted to confirm this by watching the bird. The caterpillars volunteered to do so. The elderly ordered the caterpillars to watch the bird from clouds in the sky throughout the winter. One fine early day of the spring, the caterpillars transformed into butterflies and returned to the camp with beautiful bodies. Since then, the caterpillars spend the winters in cocoons to transform into butterflies, a wonderful gift of nature. In this design, Faye depicted the spirits watching over the Dreamtime creatures from the sky. She also depicted the bush and camp with beautiful and vibrant winter colours.

WINTER SPIRITS YELLOW

Dreamtime:

Faye Oliver is an experienced and well established artist. She worked at Keringke Art Centre for about six years, as an assistant art co-ordinator. Through her works, she tries to bring harmony in the community. We can see an expression of modesty in her works. She believes in trust and peace in the community.

In Dreamtime, there weren’t many people or living beings such as animals, birds etc. Every being used to understand each other’s language and they didn’t know of death. However, one day, a little bird fell from a tree and broke its neck, paralysing its body. The elderly knowledgeable birds and animals announced that the spirits have taken the bird from the world to get a new bird. Although everybody accepted this idea, they wanted to confirm this by watching the bird. The caterpillars volunteered to do so. The elderly ordered the caterpillars to watch the bird from clouds in the sky throughout the winter. One fine early day of the spring, the caterpillars transformed into butterflies and returned to the camp with beautiful bodies. Since then, the caterpillars spend the winters in cocoons to transform into butterflies, a wonderful gift of nature. In this design, Faye depicted the spirits watching over the Dreamtime creatures from the sky. She also depicted the bush and camp with beautiful and vibrant winter colours.

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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Northern Territory of Australia is semi desert region. Average temperature in summer ranges from 20 degrees to 35 degrees and can soar to around 40 degrees. January is the wet month with around 40mm of rainfall, however climate is considered dry and arid for most of the year.

In Northern territory, Aboriginal people organises Rain Dance in various places during his period. Shirleen Campbell being a skilful designer, incorporates rain dance to her artworks. Women dance and sing for rain in the gathering. They enjoy it vividly. Shirleen depicted concentric circles as waterholes. The big U-shaped object represent men, stick represents music stick and the musical drums. During the dance women are going around and dance for rain and other people socialize with each other.

Women-Dancing-for-Rain-Red-by-Shirleen-Campbell

Dreamtime:

Northern Territory of Australia is semi desert region. Average temperature in summer ranges from 20 degrees to 35 degrees and can soar to around 40 degrees. January is the wet month with around 40mm of rainfall, however climate is considered dry and arid for most of the year.

In Northern territory, Aboriginal people organises Rain Dance in various places during his period. Shirleen Campbell being a skilful designer, incorporates rain dance to her artworks. Women dance and sing for rain in the gathering. They enjoy it vividly. Shirleen depicted concentric circles as waterholes. The big U-shaped object represent men, stick represents music stick and the musical drums. During the dance women are going around and dance for rain and other people socialize with each other.

Women-Dreaming-by-Geraldine-Dixon-Black

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Women’s Dreaming is a very detailed design depicted by Geraldine. It is full of symbols and motif’s to illustrate a reflection of women’s business in day to day affairs. People collected bush food with digging sticks, sitting by the side of water. People are dancing and walking along the path. Some people are engaged in discussions with others. It is a beautiful piece of artwork. Geraldine Dixon is an experienced and skillful designer; she has done numerous skillful artworks. She sells her artwork to travelers, local art shops and other for pri8vate collections. Geraldine learnt her artworks from her mother and other neighborhood friends.

WOMEN DREAMING BURGUNDY

Dreamtime:

Audrey martin Napanangka is an experienced artist. She has contributed many artworks and some her artworks are very popular. The Women Dreaming is one of her bestselling designs. In this artwork, she skillfully depicted the dreamtime of women and their dreaming. Her work is neat and bold. Dreaming stories pass important knowledge, cultural values and beliefs to later generations through songs, dances, paintings and storytelling. Aboriginals have maintained a link with the dreaming from ancient time to the current day, creating a large cultural heritage. This is one of the oldest cultures on earth. Women play and important part in Aboriginal life. They are taught by elders about social law and order. They do not maintain any written law. Women gather together occasionally to discuss any problem to maintain the social harmony.

WOMEN’S BODY DREAMING BLACK

Dreamtime: The Aboriginal people of Australia are the earliest surveying culture in the history of mankind. They created and manage a sustainable culture of their society and culture. They have inhabited Australia for no less than 60,000 years they used to have significant contact with trade people of other places. Dreamtime is the Aboriginal understanding of the world, its creation and its great creation stories. Cindy Wallace comes from the well-known Wallace family. She was born in 1973 in Santa Teresa, a place about 80km from Alice Springs. Cindy’s work on women body Dreaming is an excellent piece of work. ‘Awelye’ in a word that describes everything to do with a women’s ceremony which includes body painting. Awelye ceremonies women are happy to decorate their bodies with dots, lines, circular segments and other types. Women perform Awelye ceremonies to demonstrate respect to their country including Dreamtime stories that belong to the ancestors. People are going to the elder and discussing numerous problems without fears. Cindy performed an excellent job through her artistic brilliance. People attend corrobboree for learning, social mix, and uphold their culture and way to preserve it.

WOMEN’S BODY DREAMING BLUE

Dreamtime: The Aboriginal people of Australia are the earliest surveying culture in the history of mankind. They created and manage a sustainable culture of their society and culture. They have inhabited Australia for no less than 60,000 years they used to have significant contact with trade people of other places. Dreamtime is the Aboriginal understanding of the world, its creation and its great creation stories. Cindy Wallace comes from the well-known Wallace family. She was born in 1973 in Santa Teresa, a place about 80km from Alice Springs. Cindy’s work on women body Dreaming is an excellent piece of work. ‘Awelye’ in a word that describes everything to do with a women’s ceremony which includes body painting. Awelye ceremonies women are happy to decorate their bodies with dots, lines, circular segments and other types. Women perform Awelye ceremonies to demonstrate respect to their country including Dreamtime stories that belong to the ancestors. People are going to the elder and discussing numerous problems without fears. Cindy performed an excellent job through her artistic brilliance. People attend corrobboree for learning, social mix, and uphold their culture and way to preserve it.

WOMEN’S BODY DREAMING MUSTARD

Dreamtime: The Aboriginal people of Australia are the earliest surveying culture in the history of mankind. They created and manage a sustainable culture of their society and culture. They have inhabited Australia for no less than 60,000 years they used to have significant contact with trade people of other places. Dreamtime is the Aboriginal understanding of the world, its creation and its great creation stories. Cindy Wallace comes from the well-known Wallace family. She was born in 1973 in Santa Teresa, a place about 80km from Alice Springs. Cindy’s work on women body Dreaming is an excellent piece of work. ‘Awelye’ in a word that describes everything to do with a women’s ceremony which includes body painting. Awelye ceremonies women are happy to decorate their bodies with dots, lines, circular segments and other types. Women perform Awelye ceremonies to demonstrate respect to their country including Dreamtime stories that belong to the ancestors. People are going to the elder and discussing numerous problems without fears. Cindy performed an excellent job through her artistic brilliance. People attend corrobboree for learning, social mix, and uphold their culture and way to preserve it.

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Dreamtime:

Cindy Wallace is a very good aboriginal artist, who has been dreaming of new and attractive artworks. Many aboriginal galleries and private collectors have always been seeking her good works. Her color choice designs, and skill of drawing, is excellent and attractive. Her dreaming Women’s Body Painting with the vibrant color choice made her artwork memorable. Her drawings are both neat and attractive.

Body Painting relates to ancient ancestral ceremonies/gatherings. It is considered a tradition in relation to ancestral spirits. Women paint with various paints and perform ritual offerings to their ancestors. These rituals have strict rules, and the paint must be of their community resembling their ancestors. They are only allowed to paint certain respected traditional patterns. After the paint, the women are considered as the spirit of their ancestors.

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Cindy Wallace is a very good aboriginal artist, who has been dreaming of new and attractive artworks. Many aboriginal galleries and private collectors have always been seeking her good works. Her color choice designs, and skill of drawing, is excellent and attractive. Her dreaming Women’s Body Painting with the vibrant color choice made her artwork memorable. Her drawings are both neat and attractive.

Body Painting relates to ancient ancestral ceremonies/gatherings. It is considered a tradition in relation to ancestral spirits. Women paint with various paints and perform ritual offerings to their ancestors. These rituals have strict rules, and the paint must be of their community resembling their ancestors. They are only allowed to paint certain respected traditional patterns. After the paint, the women are considered as the spirit of their ancestors.

Composition: 100% Cotton

Fabric Width: 110 cm

Dreamtime:

Cindy Wallace is a very good aboriginal artist, who has been dreaming of new and attractive artworks. Many aboriginal galleries and private collectors have always been seeking her good works. Her color choice designs, and skill of drawing, is excellent and attractive. Her dreaming Women’s Body Painting with the vibrant color choice made her artwork memorable. Her drawings are both neat and attractive.

Body Painting relates to ancient ancestral ceremonies/gatherings. It is considered a tradition in relation to ancestral spirits. Women paint with various paints and perform ritual offerings to their ancestors. These rituals have strict rules, and the paint must be of their community resembling their ancestors. They are only allowed to paint certain respected traditional patterns. After the paint, the women are considered as the spirit of their ancestors.

WOMENS BUSINESS CHARCOAL

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In Aboriginal culture, certain customs and practices are performed separately in a language group between men and women. These separate businesses are often referred to as men’s business and women’s business. These businesses are carried out under strict guidance of unwritten Aboriginal laws. E. Young us a well-known artist from Northern Territory. She uses bright and vibrant colors for her artworks. Her work depicts land, flora and fauna with a flavor of traditional Aboriginal culture. With her expertise, Young used her strong color sense in Women’s Business artwork. In the natural environment woman are sitting around the waterholes with coolamon and digging sticks. Wildflowers are visible with bright colors around in the area. Patch workers and quilters love her design

WOMENS BUSINESS GOLD

Dreamtime:

In Aboriginal culture, certain customs and practices are performed separately in a language group between men and women. These separate businesses are often referred to as men’s business and women’s business. These businesses are carried out under strict guidance of unwritten Aboriginal laws. E. Young us a well-known artist from Northern Territory. She uses bright and vibrant colors for her artworks. Her work depicts land, flora and fauna with a flavor of traditional Aboriginal culture. With her expertise, Young used her strong color sense in Women?s Business artwork. In the natural environment woman are sitting around the waterholes with coolamon and digging sticks. Wildflowers are visible with bright colors around in the area. Patch workers and quilters love her design

Dreamtime:

Superb fairy wrens are widely known as Blue Wren. These are frequently seen in Australian parks and gardens. They are fond of open grassy areas where they can hop around, collect their foods and build their nests. At present, the number of these beautiful birds is diminishing as a result of possibly cats is preying on them or pesticides poisoning their foods. Adult male birds have rich blue and black plumage above and on the throat. The belly is a grey-white and the bill is black. The female and baby birds are often difficult to separate. They are mostly brown above with dull red-orange area around the eye and brown bill. Average size of the birds is 14cm and weighs about 10grams. There are several other spices of Blue Wrens available in Australia. They live in dome-shaped nest made up of grass and other materials. Blue Wrens have long tails and is always upward. Patricia skillfully pictured in her artwork

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Dreamtime:

Spectacular views of various creatures such as birds and frogs, and different vegetation can be viewed in the Yalke or wetlands of Australia, both in dry or wet seasons. In the dry season, vast water mass goes back to permanent wetlands, waterholes etc. and become home for waterfowls and many other migratory birds of Australia. In the wet, birds like magpies and geese congregate on the wetland or Yalke. June, with a vibtant color sense, has brilliantly depicted this design with Aboriginal symbols and signs out of her dreamtime story

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