This beautiful aboriginal fabric features bush plums, bush tomatoes, oranges and other fruits gathered by groups of aboriginal women who would later sit together eating the food they'd gathered. As they sat, they would discuss various topics concerning women, such as 'women's business'. The print features people walking in the bush leaving footprints; semi- circles representing people sitting with a coolamon (food tray); and circles representing waterholes for drinking water.
Juliette Nakamarra Morris is an aboriginal artist from The Northern Territory
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