Agnes Rubuntja is a skilled Aboriginal designer. She learnt much of the artwork from her father, who was a good artist as well as a respected community leader. Colour combinations of the petals and flowers are excellent.
When she was young, Agnes used to collect bush tuckers. She travelled around nearby bush and waterholes for swimming, to get bush tucker. She was always interested in painting and worked hard to become a good artist. In this artwork, she beautifully highlighted about the water. The dots resemble waterholes and the lines in between them resemble snakes. Snakes are guarding the water in the waterholes so that no one can spoil or steal the water. People give respect and talk to the snakes regarding their requirement for water. There is a connection between guarding snakes and people.
The fabric is 100% cotton and 43 inches wide.
Fabric is sold by the half yard.
**IF YOU WANT A HALF YARD SELECT 1 IN THE QUANTITY, IF YOU WANT A YARD YOU SELECT 2 IN THE QUANTITY, IF YOUR WANT A YARD AND A HALF YOU SELECT 3 IN THE QUANTITY AND SO ON.**
When you order more than one half yard of this fabric, it will be cut in a continuous piece.
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