Annie Hunter ‘8816’

$1,650.00

Women’s Business

Size: 122cm x 91cm

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SKU: DG8816 Category:

Description

Artist

Annie Pitjara Hunter (also known as Petyarre) Hunter, sister to artists Susan, Jessie and Sandy Pitjara Hunter is becoming well known for the fine execution of her interpretation of Women’s Business. Like her sisters Annie is concerned with Awelye (Body Paint) and all it symbolises during the deeply spiritual women’s ceremonies. Annie also paints Bush Tucker and Bush Plum (Arnwekety) which is her dreaming. Born on MacDonald Downs in 1964 to Johnny Ngwarrai Hunter and Molly Bula Hunter, Annie now lives at Irrultja, Utopia with her sisters.

Via. Aboriginal Art Galleries

Artwork Information

This piece was painted in 2008 and is 122cm x 90cm in size.

Dreaming

Annie is concerned with Awelye (Body Paint) and all it symbolises during the deeply spiritual women’s ceremonies.

Medium

All the artwork provided is done on with highest quality linen canvas, acrylic paints, oils and brushes ensuring the longevity of each piece of work.

Additional information

Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 122 × 91 cm
Dreamings

Women's Business

Year

2008

Colour

Blue, Green, Orange, Red, White