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Summer 2019 Collection

November 28, 2019 1 min read

A collection of fluid pieces in desert twilight colours. Accented with golden-yellows, dusty rose and a touch of zesty yellow-green. 

Featured is a 90cm x 60cm new Grass Seed Dreamingby Barbara Weir.

New Barbara Weir painting in midnight blue, green and purple.

Small brush strokes overlap and weave to create a swaying effect like the movement of native grass. The grass seed, called lyaw, is ground and made into damper and was an important staple food of the Aboriginal people of Utopia.

Painted with Matisse's Midnight Blue, Hookers Green, Australian Olive Green, Permanent Light Violet, Burnt Umber, Australian Ghost Gum and Titanium White.

The collection also highlights new paintings by Dulcie Pwerle Long and Jeannie Mills Pwerle in burnt umbers, yellow-greens and dusty roses.

Jeannie Mills Pwerle Aboriginal painting in brown, pink and light yellow

Dulcie Pwerle Long painting in green, yellow and pink

PPatsy Long Kemarre has a new large piece with a subtle dusty rose in the background of her otherwise traditional ochre coloured masterpiece.

Bush Medicine painting by Patsy Long Kemarre


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