Boomerangs and Tribes


The earth flies around like a boomerang. The boomerang flies in the air like a helicopter. The boomerang was invented by Aboriginal people to catch animals and birds for food. The technology has helped Aboriginal people to survive for thousands of years. The boomerang was also used as a weapon in tribal warfare.

The three large circles represent different tribes using the boomerang for many different purposes.

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52 × 50 cm | Acrylic on canvas | Cat. no: 0300-20

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