How Beautiful Mother Earth Is

$820

Two people fell in love and had a family. They lived along the Murray and Barka (Darling) Rivers. As time went by, they passed away and came back as beautiful butterflies. The fish are perch, or silver bream. Pultnu or Ponde, the Murray Cod, made the Murray River and the Rainbow Serpent made the Barka.

Remember Aboriginal culture is the oldest culture. Baiame (God) wants us to share our beliefs of how we all came to be. We all belong together as one and Aboriginal paintings are stories for anyone who wants a glimpse into our spiritual life. All living creatures have a spiritual side – take a look around you, just stop, look, listen – you can feel it in your heart and aura, that’s your spiritual side.

This took me 42 hours to paint over 4 months. There was a lot of thinking in it, but I let my spirit guide me. I hope it brings you happiness, colour and love. Go with the flow where the Googahs (Goannas) go, God bless.

100% of the artwork price goes directly to the artist.

61 × 84 cm | Acrylic on canvas | Cat. no: 0133-22

Unstretched canvas
+ $0
Stretched, ready to hang canvas
$120 incl.
This work is already stretched
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What is artwork stretching?
Your stretched and ready to hang painting will come complete with D-rings, hanging wire, and a small artwork label affixed to the back.

Why can’t I select unstretched canvas?
Some of our paintings are painted close to the edge of the canvas, and don’t have a border wide enough for standard stretching. These artworks will be ‘strip-lined’ with a quality cotton edging. As this is a boutique process, these paintings must be stretched by The Torch and are not available to be shipped as unstretched artworks.

Some paintings may also be unavailable unstretched because they have already been stretched for use in exhibitions.

How much will the artist receive?
100% of the artwork price, set before the stretching and delivery costs are added, is paid directly to the artist.

More information about artwork stretching, shipping costs and timelines can be read here.