Dulcie paints the flowers of a pencil yam called atnwelarr; a native trailing herb that will cover large areas of the ground after significant rain. Its luscious bright green leaves and yellow flowers bring the bush to life. Tubers (pencil yams) are found beneath the surface which is a favoured and nutritious food and there is a sacred Dreaming story for this yam that belongs to Dulcie's country, Alhalkere. This painting captures the untamed movement as the foliage emerges from the ground and sweeps across the desert floor.
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- Size of painting: Approx 150cm x 90cm
- Border: Approx 6cm strip of black canvas border; enough required for wrapping around a 2cm or 3cm deep stretcher frame which is the popular choice for framing Aboriginal art.
- Material: Synthetic polymer paint on canvas
- This painting comes with a Certificate of Authenticity
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