“Bush Onion Dreaming” by Glorine Nungarrayi Martin
A few months ago we got the pleasure of traveling to Uluru, the Aboriginals most sacred land in Australia. On our travels we got the opportunity of finding beautiful artwork to feature in our showroom. “Bush Onion Dreaming” (Janmarra Jukrrpa) by Glorine Nungarryi Martin is one of the pieces that we have on display. The piece is a simple and beautiful. Black, white and burgundy colours repetitively dance across the canvas to create the masterpiece. “Ladies are going hunting for bush onions, with sticks and coolimons” is written on the back of the canvas, giving you a story to the painting.
Gloria comes from Kiwirrkurra, which is a small community in the Gibson Desert of Western Australia. 850km west of Uluru, it has been described as the most remote community in all of Australia. It was established around a bore in the early 1980s as a Pinup outstation, becoming a permanent community in 1983. It was one to the last areas with nomadic Aboriginals until about that time.
This painting is a genuine and original Australian Aboriginal artwork.
Please note that this painting is in-store only. If you are interested in purchasing the piece please give us a call at 03 9855 0447 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Specs: 72cm x 88cm – $1,495