Bush Banana Dreaming

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Artist: Janice Collins Nangala
Year: 2005
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 87cm x 68cm
Price: $495
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Description: The Central Desert Australian Aboriginal people consider the Bush Banana plants, called the “Langua” to be of great importance because of their nutritional value and healing properties. They are eaten as a fruit and also parts of the vine are used for medicinal purposes. Central Desert Aborigines consider them a delicacy food. Bush Banana plants grow in rock crevices, close to water holes, or dry riverbeds in Spinifex country. This painting shows the different colours depicting the different stages of new growth with the changing seasons. A beautifully executed artwork at a great sale price
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