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  • Sale! Megan Lyons VaseMegan Lyons Vase Grandfathers Country by Dreamtimez

    Vase Artwork by Megan Lyons “My Grandfather’s Country”

    Original price was: $75.00.Current price is: $59.00. Inc GST

    Beautiful Vase featuring artwork by Megan Lyons “Grandfather Country”

  • Sale! Janet Golder Dreamtimez Cushion and Vase

    Vase by Janet Golder “My Country” pastels

    Original price was: $79.00.Current price is: $59.00. Inc GST

    The original painting shows a bird’s eye view over Janet’s Country in the dry season palette.
    We see camps sites, wild yam and other fields, waterways, hills, shelter, medicine leaves, and ceremonial grounds.
    Where to find the Spinifex grass for baskets and seasonal foods (bush tucker mapping)

  • Sale!

    Vase by Janet Golder Kngwarreye

    Original price was: $75.00.Current price is: $59.00. Inc GST

    Original Art piece”My Country” by Aboriginal Artist Janet Golder. Kngwarreye
    The original painting shows a bird’s eye view over Janet’s desert Country in the wet season palette.
    We see camps sites, wild yam fields, waterways, hills, shelter, medicine leaves, and ceremonial grounds.
    Where to find the Spinifex grass for baskets and seasonal foods (bush tucker mapping)

  • Sale! Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa " Connections"

    Vase by Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa “Connections”

    Original price was: $75.00.Current price is: $59.00. Inc GST

    This artwork called “Community” is from original artwork by
    Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa
    This represents people standing together
    (the U shapes) within their family,
    their community groups and their country.
    The circles show the camps and meeting
    places which are so important to culture.

  • Sale! Rhubee Neale Dreamtimez Range Vase - Multi use

    Vase by Rhubee Neale “Connections”

    Original price was: $75.00.Current price is: $59.00. Inc GST

    Featuring the original artwork by Australian Anmatjere / Arrernte Contemporary Artist Rhubee Neale.
    “This Painting depicts connection no matter where you come from.  You often reflect on your roots and hold stories handed down either orally or written about your original homeland.
    The white images are what I loved in my homeland and also some aspects of what I have seen in my lifetime at different places in Australia”