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Dreamtime Sisters by Colleen Wallace Nungari (SOLD)

Size: 45cm x 45cm
Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on canvas

 

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In this painting, Colleen Wallace Nungari illustrates Dreamtime Sisters who are good spirits dancing the awelye (women’s ceremony)and looking after her country, Arnumarra, which lies to the north east of Alice Springs in Central Australia. Colleen says these sisters were once living people; her ancestors.

Artist

Name: Colleen Wallace
Skin name: Nungari (also spelled Nungarrayi)
Language group: Eastern Arrernte
Country: Santa Teresa
Lives: Utopia Region, Central Australia
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    • Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on canvas
    • Background colour: Grey
    • Size of painting: 45cm x 45cm
    • Canvas border: Black, approx 6cm
    • This painting comesunstretched and rolled in a tube.
    • This painting comes with a Certificate of Authenticityand artist profile.

    This painting comes unstretched and rolled in a tube.

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    The most common form of framing Aboriginal art is stretching.

    A 2cm deep stretcher frame is recommended to use, however speak with your framer about other depths or framing options you may wish to use.

    Finding your framer

    While we only send smaller works stretched (size 30cm x 30cm or less), we are happy to assist you in finding the right framer for this piece.

    If you live in Australia, most framers are familiar with stretching Aboriginal art, and we have some non-affiliated framers in Melbourne and Sydney whom we send art to for stretching.

    If you live overseas, we can send your framer information if necessary.

    Example

    Below: a painting with a 6cm black canvas border is stretched onto a 2cm deep stretcher frame.

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