Artworks Description: Do you love Australian Aboriginal art? Then you will love this Aboriginal art original! This original painting is an acrylic painting on stretch canvas and framed.
Hand painted in Berrima NSW (Gundungurra country) Balumbambal means Drought in Wiradjuri language.
About the artist: My name is Dashanti Carr and I’m a Wiradjuri woman from New South Wales. I’ve loved painting since I was a kid after being inspired watching my mum and maternal grandmother create beautiful artworks of our culture. I love to share my culture with others.
Product information: • 20.5 mil thick poly-cotton blend stretched canvas • Hand-stretched over solid wood stretcher bars • Matte finish coating • Visit my store for other original Aboriginal artworks • Painted and shipped from Berrima, NSW • 90cm(L)x 60cm (W) x 5cm (D)
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