Watia Bush Bean Dreaming

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Artist: Glenys Gibson Napaltjarri
Year: 2003
Medium: Acrylic on Belgium Linen Canvas
Size: 180cm x 61cm
Price: $1400
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Description: Glenys, born circa 1970 is from Kintore from the Pintubi Tribe, she is the daughter of highly acclaimed Papunya Tula artist Ningura Napurrula. Glenys developed her artistic style through watching and learning her ancestral stories from her mothers, aunties, and grandmothers Dreamtime stories and takes great pride in promoting her culture. She has become a very well respected Papunya Tula artist, whose artworks are sought after by collectors worldwide. This striking painting depicts the Watia bush bean which is collected by women who are carrying their coolamons & digging sticks. The three concentric circles represent campsites where women prepare the bush bean for bush tucker. It is often ground to make bush damper or to make decorative necklaces for them to wear or trade. An excellent investment
Reference: GGN180wb