Australia / Anmatyerre.
Bushtucker Dreaming
Aboriginal art dot painting by
Gabriella Possum Nungarrayi,
daughter of master painter,
Clifford Possum (deceased).

Size: 35" X 37"

"Bushtucker" is the Australian term for
foods found in the wilds of the outback.
This painting tells the story of a group of women who are looking for this food.
We are told that: The "U" shapes
represent the women. The white rectangles are digging sticks. The white dots connected by black lines are feather belts worn by women during dances. The circles (or roundels) represent an important gathering place, such as a water hole, fire or ceremonial center.

Estimated Value FOB Fort Myers. FL US$5,000.00
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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