Sand Stories - Taanga – Before
Collectable Limited Edition artworks are created using an earth, clay and sand medium. Each piece is hand crafted, painted and kiln fired producing a rich and vibrant bespoke art piece depicting traditional highly texture sand drawing connected to Aboriginal sites of Australia.
Each piece is totally unique and an original, hand-crafted and painted and comes with its related story presented as a numbered and signed authenticity certificate.
There are only seven designs with 30 pieces in each series.
Additional solid teak frames are also available.
Depicting traditional life this artwork shows campsites symbolized by meeting rings running vertically down the right side of the design, along with women symbols to the left through the oval shape of the Coolamon (wooden bowls used by women and children to gather bush tucker) and horizontal lines running down the centre of the artwork reflective of spears and linking to men. The design reflects cultural practices of both Women’s business and man’s business, as two distinct roles within traditional life.
Size: 300 x 300 mm
Medium: Earth, Clay and Sand
Limited Edition: 30 units