Glady’s Dreaming is Anwekety or Bush Plum; her fine dot work represents the sweet black conkerberry. Her paintings primarily depict the ripening stage of bush plum. The plant produces white flowers and berries, which when ripe, are edible and sweet to taste. The berries also feed a variety of wildlife including emu’s, bush turkey and other native bird species. Glady’s artworks provide a topographical view of the landscape around Ahalpere, her native country, in the Utopia region in Central Australia. As part of Gladys’ Dreaming the women perform Awelye ceremonies to pay homage to the spirit of the Bush Plum to ensure further germinations in years to come.