Women’s Business


No one understands the importance of the bush dragonfly and how our ancestors catch them when a new baby is born. The grandmother catches the dragonfly, cupping it in her hands. The wings start buzzing in her hands, and she puts her hands beside the baby's ears to see whether the baby can hear or not. If the baby doesn't respond, they let the dragonfly go, sending it off to the ancestors and praying so the baby can communicate throughout its life.

Turtles are a food supply and the long-necked turtles play a big part in Women's Business, which women carry out being the food gatherers and cooks. The meeting place on the painting is of women all sitting around telling Women's Business and passing down traditions from generation to generation.

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110 × 88 cm | Acrylic on canvas | Cat. no: 0002-22

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