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My father’s country and bush medicine (pictured unframed)

$400.00 ex GST

This exquisite work by Rosie Kemarre Morton, is titled ‘My father’s country and bush medicine’.   It captures the raw colours and the layers of the Australian desert landscape.  Rosie comes from the Ampilatwatja remote community whose artists are well known for their unique bush medicine and desert landscape depictions.

Other work from this artist is also available.

The painting comes with a certificate of authenticity.  

On request, the work can be framed, as shown in the accompanying image of another work that is presented in a simple blond timber floating frame made in Australia.  The price for this work framed is $460. Framing may take up to seven days prior to despatch.

Dimensions: 30cm x 30cm (work unframed); 33cm x 33cm framed

Materials: acrylic and linen

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Product Description

Artist: Rosie Kemarre Morton

About the artist and Ampilatwatja community:

Rosie Kemarre Morton was born in 1960. The Artists of Ampilatwatja community was established in 1999 near Alice Springs in the Northern Territory, Australia. The work produced by the artists is distinct from other Aboriginal artistic communities, due to the application of fine dots and the often bright and figurative depiction of the land. This region is well known for its unique depictions of bush medicine and desert landscape.
Most of the artists paint ‘Arreth’, which translates to ‘strong bush medicine’, demonstrating a deep connection to country. The land has provided and sustained Alyawarr people for generations and every plant and animal has a vital role to play within the ecological system. The paintings pay homage to the significance and use of traditional bush medicine, allowing an insight into their community.

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