Medium: Acrylic on canvas
Size: 87.5 x 55 cm
Price: $ POA
Samuel Miller paints traditional iconography of his land, east of Kalka. Rockholes, creeks and hills feature in his paintings, all immersed in tjukurpa (dreaming stories). His land is a sacred men’s rockhole and the name is not to be written down. His colour pallette is drawn from the carying colours in the landscape surrounding Kalka and used in a rainbow like patterning.
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Tags: living the land
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