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Patricia Kamara ""

Patricia Kamara
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  • Size (W x H)
  • Medium
  • Catalogue
  • Price $AUD
  • Sale Price
  • 147 x 80 cm
  • Acrylic on Canvas
  • 20987
  • $1090
  • $790

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Description
  • Language
  • Born
  • Area
  • Date
  • Anmatyerre / Kaytetye
  • 1960
  • Utopia, NT
  • 2019

Patricia’s third story that she is also well known for her depictions of the Bush Seed, which come from the Bush Plum plant (also known as the Conkerberry). The plum is a stable bush food source rich in vitamin C that is gathered by Aboriginal women. This fruit can be eaten raw or cooked. Ceremonies are also performed to celebrate the growth and importance of the bush plum as well as the regeneration to promote the continued life of the plant.

The Bush Seeds are represented by fine dot work, while the line thicker, linear dot work represents the women walking across country and scattering the seeds to promote the plants’ growth.

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Artist Patricia Kamara
Language GroupAnmatyerre / Kaytetye
Born around1960
AreaUtopia, NT
Catalogue 20987
Date2019
MediumAcrylic on Canvas
Size (W x H) 147 x 80 cm
Price $AUD $1090   Sale Price $790

Unstretched - Rolled in a tube

Stretched - Ready to hang* (+$195)

*Sorry, "Ready to hang" is not available for international deliveries on this artwork.

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Patricia’s third story that she is also well known for her depictions of the Bush Seed, which come from the Bush Plum plant (also known as the Conkerberry). The plum is a stable bush food source rich in vitamin C that is gathered by Aboriginal women. This fruit can be eaten raw or cooked. Ceremonies are also performed to celebrate the growth and importance of the bush plum as well as the regeneration to promote the continued life of the plant.

The Bush Seeds are represented by fine dot work, while the line thicker, linear dot work represents the women walking across country and scattering the seeds to promote the plants’ growth.

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