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Selma Coulthard Nakamarra "Wild Honey Dreaming Along The Lerra"

Product shot of Wild Honey Dreaming Along The Lerra - © Selma Coulthard Nakamarra

Selma Coulthard Nakamarra
"Wild Honey Dreaming Along The Lerra"

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  • 30 x 30 cm
  • Acrylic on Linen
  • 1877
  • $150
  • $120
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  • Born
  • Area
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  • Luritja / Arrente
  • 1954
  • Hermannsburg, NT
  • 2018

Selma is well known for her artworks depicting aspects of her Country, where her father was a custodian of this land. In her artworks, Selma depicts landmark formations, such as important meeting places and dry riverbeds, bush foods, such as the Honey Ant, and people with tools to collect bush foods and help cultivate the land.

By paintings these stories, she is able to pass down important information to younger generations. Such information includes mapping out the region for successful travel and food collection, ceremonial practices and where to find the ceremonial sites, and how to successful live and travel in the harsh desert.

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Artist Selma Coulthard Nakamarra
TitleWild Honey Dreaming Along The Lerra
Language GroupLuritja / Arrente
Born around1954
AreaHermannsburg, NT
Catalogue 1877
Date2018
MediumAcrylic on Linen
Size (W x H) 30 x 30 cm
Price $AUD $150   Sale Price $120

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Selma is well known for her artworks depicting aspects of her Country, where her father was a custodian of this land. In her artworks, Selma depicts landmark formations, such as important meeting places and dry riverbeds, bush foods, such as the Honey Ant, and people with tools to collect bush foods and help cultivate the land.

By paintings these stories, she is able to pass down important information to younger generations. Such information includes mapping out the region for successful travel and food collection, ceremonial practices and where to find the ceremonial sites, and how to successful live and travel in the harsh desert.

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