synthetic polymer paint on canvas board
23 x 30 cm
Provenance Iwantja Arts & Crafts, N.T Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, NSW
Exhibited: Songlines Coo-ee Christmas 2012, Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, NSW Sydney December 2012 Story Anangu paintings are created for religious and ceremonial expression and for teaching and storytelling. These symbols and figures include geometric symbols such as concentric circles and figures representing animal tracks. The true meaning of the painting rests with the artist and her descendants. This particular work represents men and women sitting around a campfire or a waterhole. You can see spears, digging sticks and Coolamans next to the people. Purchase Details This work, as part of Coo-ee's Christmas show, Songlines: Coo-ee Christmas is available for sale from 3pm the 24th November at the exhibition opening and not before. So first in, best dressed! If you are unable to make the exhibition opening, simply register your interest via email email@example.com or call +61 2 9300 9200. Please send through a 'wish list' of works in preference order and specify how many works in total you want. We will endeavour to get you the works of your choosing but are unable to guarantee this. This exhibition is designed to be a bit of fun for Christmas so I hope you enjoy it. The works will sell out quickly so be sure to get in first.