Indigenous art | Framed art print | Dharrabu
This beautiful artwork in a soft palette of salmon pink, pastel yellow, chocolate brown and white, features swaying plants and flowers releasing their petals as they fall to the ground.
- Ideal for a range of interior design styles
- Museum-quality giclee printed using archival inks and paper creating beautiful prints with no fading
- Ready to hang
- Available in oak and white frame colour
- Custom made in Australia to suit your specifications
- Also available as canvas art print
- Professionally mounted on foam-core to prevent rippling and warping
- Museum-grade plexiglass with quality frame moulding
- Available with or without matboard
- Frame profile: 30mm wide and 45mm deep
This artwork by Wiradjuri artist Amanda Hinkelmann, represents the way in which Aboriginal people have lived from the land for many thousands of years. The ways Mother Earth has nourished our people and cared for them by providing an abundance of bush tucker. The bush tucker used by Aboriginal peoples. It represents the way in which country provides for the people and the animals that live there, and the way in which the peoples take only what they need, to ensure there is always enough food for both the people and animals on Country.