Central Art Aboriginal Art Store
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
With the use of Aboriginal iconography this artwork refers to the artists country of Atnwengerrp and the women's ceremonies performed, which is illustrated
with U shaped motifs and lines. The lines represent awelye . The large concentric circles represent the ceremonial sites.
The small circles depicted refer to the bush melon fruit, which once grew plentiful, but now days difficult to find. The Aboriginal women gathered the fruit, either to be eaten or dried, when bush tucker became scarce.
If you would like to know more about Awelye & Bush Melon and the relationship with Aboriginal Art and culture, please read the following articles, or view video footage of Aboriginal Women applying body paint design:
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