Size: 38.1 x 101.6 cm
Price: $ POA
Marshall Turner lives in Wanarn and Warakurna. He has painted hi Great Grandmother Carol Golding’s country. It is a story from the Walu rockhole. There were two men and one little boy camping at the Walu rockhole. The men went hunting and left the little boy behind. The men returned with an emu and pulled out its heart. The boy was holding the heart and blood spilt onto the rocks. He ran away with the heart and turned into wind. The emu’s blood trail stained the rocks and can still be seen there today.
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Tags: living the land
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