Cotton Apron - Collecting Bush Berries
by Sharon Numina
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Cotton Apron - Collecting Bush Berries by Sharon Numina
Size: 50cm x 70cm (20" x 28")
designed in Australia by royalty-paid Aboriginal Artists and made in India under Licence
Story: Women's Ceremony for Bush Berries coming into Season. When traditional foods are at their fattest or ripening, women mark the changes by ceremony. The circle represents a gathering while the U shapes represent the imprints left in the earth where the women sit. The dark ovals signify the coolamon, a traditional bowl typically made by the tribe's men from hardwood used for the gathering of bush tucker, carrying water and even cradle babies
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