Aboriginal Collection - Lupul Orange Canvas Art Print
A stunning combination of oval shapes and lines creates a unique piece for to compliment any home. A bold, warm palette of purple, pink, orange, and yellow is highlighted by the ornate dot painting. An expression of the complexity of nature.
About the artwork:
Artist Helen Nungarrayi Reed has painted a jukurrpa (dreaming) related to water. This story is associated to a rock-hole site, Lupul south of Kintore. The Jukurrpa tells the story of the rainbow serpent travelling through the country creating large storms, with the storms the land flourishes creating the flora and fauna. The dreaming associated to Lupul rockhole also is connected to the Two women Jukurrpa. This dreaming tells the story of two women travelling through the country and performing ceremonies, during the ceremonies the use hair-string skirts.
Copyright of all artworks and text remains with the artists and Aboriginal traditional owners and is administered on their behalf by Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation. ICN #: 457
Size and description: 160cm x 120cm portrait or landscape canvas print with an oak timber shadow box frame. Frame mouldings are 10 mm wide and 55cm deep. Please add approximately 40mm to the length and height of the listed canvas size to accommodate the frame.
Available in a range of sizes.
If out of stock can be made to order with a 3-4 week lead time. Can be framed in oak, black, white or walnut.