Aboriginal artist Saretta Fielding’s sandpit studio

Aboriginal artist Saretta Fielding’s sandpit studio
From Realestate.com.au/lifestyle

When Aboriginal artist Saretta Fielding is painting, eight hours can feel like just one: Time stands still, or it’s not relevant at all. 

“I feel like when I’m painting, I’m in the sandpit just playing… it’s something I love to do,” Saretta says.

“Playing in the sand” is a telling metaphor: Saretta uses her own self-taught, sand-based techniques to create highly textured, three-dimensional artworks that embody the age-old sandstone artworks made by her ancestors.

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