Bush Tucker and Sacred Sites Dreaming by Audrey Martin Napanangka.
The story of this artwork is about sacred sites which Warlpiri women attend for their traditional ceremonies that involve singing and dancing and traditional life style including bush tucker.
The painting is done by tradition artist Audrey Martin Napanangka, an elder of the tribe whose style has a lot in common with her cousins, the world famous artists Michael Nelson Jagamarra and Clifford possum Tjapaltjarri.
At times this artist leads the ceremonies of Warlpiri women and is a traditional singer and story teller of the tribe.
The painting condition is perfect and it is ready to hang (Stretched on a frame). It comes with a Certificate of authenticity, artist's profile and the artist photo with it. The medium is Acrylic on primed Canvas.
Below image shows the artist holding her painting.