In early days, Aboriginal artists, depicted their dreaming of mountains, rivers, waterholes, trees, animals etc. on the caves, rocks with stone-age rock chisels. They also used cave painting and sand or ground painting to express their dreaming. Later, the newer generations use acrylic paints on canvas to portray their Dreamtime.
A variety of colours are used in their art symbolizing various artefacts, designs and motifs such as totems featuring Kangaroos, Dingoes, Turtles etc. A few groups use dots to portray their dreaming while a few others use lines in doing so. These artworks are often referred to Dot Painting for the same reason. Artefacts such as Boomerangs, Didgeridoos are also depicted in their rock-art.
Andrew Braedon comes from Utopia region of Central Australia. He belongs to the Luritja tribe and speaks Western Desert Language. His dreaming’s mainly involve Rock Art, Goanna Dreaming, Men Protecting Waterhole etc.
1 unit = 25cm x 112cm ( if you prefer a FQ of 50cm x 56cm, please leave a comment at checkout)
2 units = 50cm x 112cm
3 units = 75cm x 112cm
4 units =100cm x 112cm
5 units =125cm x 112cm
6 units =150cm x 112cm
7 units =175cm x 112cm
8 units =200cm x 112cm etc
Brand new cut fresh from the bolt, 100% quilting cotton.
Kept continuous if more than one unit purchased as shown in guide above.
Suitable for quilting, patchwork, home decorating, applique, cushions, scrapbooking , and general sewing.
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