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Barbara Weir - Bush Berry Dreaming - Diptych 92x121cm SOLD

RRG08001 & RRG08004 SOLD
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Barbara Weir

Barbara Weir was born c.1945 on Bundy River Station in the area of Utopia, Aboriginal Art Regions of Central Australia. Barbara Weir's mother is the late famous Aboriginal Artist Minnie Pwerle.




Barbara's father was an Irishman. She was taken from her family and fostered out, but, in the 1960's Barbara returned to Utopia and stayed with her aunt Emily Kame Kngwarreye.

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Bush Tucker Dreaming

Bush Tucker Dreamings (such us Bush Berry Dreaming, Bush Tomato Dreaming, Bush Orange Dreaming ...) references the search for bush tucker across the Central Desert landscape. Bush tucker is freely available for those who know where to look. Women are the principle gatherers, always on the lookout for food, edible roots, plants and seeds. Seasons denote the different varieties of food available and combined with the natural elements of sun and rain determine the abundance of Bush Tucker. One’s knowledge and ability to locate foods within the Desert is central to Aboriginal life, not only a means of survival but also a way of ensuring Aboriginal continuance- human fertility and reproduction.



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Certification of Authentisity


All the artworks from redrock gallery are fully certificated.


This Paintings comes with:

- Photos of the artiest painting

- Certification of Authentisity

- Biography of Barbara Weir

- Introduction of the Dreaming

- Introduction of the symbolism


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