22" x 23."
Aboriginal art dot
painting, acrylic on canvas,
"Honey Ants Escaping"
This is a Westernized
variation, portraying echidnas at a honey ant nest, in traditional Aboriginal
Acquired in 2000 at Tobwabba iin Adelaide, South Australia
The Worimi people are indigenous Australians whose historical homeland
was on the east coast of Australia, north
of Sydney, it is an area also known as the Great Lakes in reference to the lakes that dot the area. It is situated not too distant from the famed Hunter Valley wine growing area. Worimi connections to the land, the sea, nature and traditional Aboriginal beliefs are reflected in this painting.
Echidnas are natives of Australia and New Guinea. Their spiny backs and pointy snouts often lead to them being misidentified as porcupines or hedgehogs. In fact, they are unrelated. Echidnas belongs to the Tachiglossidae family, Greek for “fast tongue.” Echidnas uses their beak and sticky tongue to eat ants.
Estimated Value FOB Fort Myers. FL US$1,000.00
exclusive of delivery cost.
Because of the uniqueness, cultural sensitivity and irreplaceable nature of this work of art, if you are interested in acquiring it, please contact us at Sanibelart@gmail.com to discuss payment terms and plans for taking possession of it. (If you live in Florida or plan to visit Southwest Florida, we can arrange pick-up or delivery to you.) Otherwise, shipping will be the buyer's responsibility, although we will happily act as your agent in arranging packing and shipping based on your specifications. After agreeing on details of the transaction, we will send you a Paypal invoice reflecting that agreement.
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dot painting gallery
Myers, FL. 33908