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This artwork depicts an aerial view of the Bush plum, which is a significant Dreaming to the Utopia region in central Australia. Arnwekety , its Aboriginal name for bush plum is a stable food source. When the bush plum seeds emerge from the ground the women celebrate this in their Awelye ceremonies, which is depicted in this artwork as a defined pattern.

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Important elements associated with Women’s ceremony is the body paint design, songlines and dance cycles, which carry a deep spiritual meaning. Ceremonies are performed to recall their ancestors, to show respect for their country and to ensure productivity of the bush plum.

Gracie Morton Pwerle

Gracie Morton Pwerle is a senior Alyawarr artist, born around 1956 at Utopia in Central Australia.

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Bush Plum

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Why Maliyaa?

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  • Great service
  • Years of experience

Story

This artwork depicts an aerial view of the Bush plum, which is a significant Dreaming to the Utopia region in central Australia. Arnwekety , its Aboriginal name for bush plum is a stable food source. When the bush plum seeds emerge from the ground the women celebrate this in their Awelye ceremonies, which is depicted in this artwork as a defined pattern.

Read More ▾

Important elements associated with Women’s ceremony is the body paint design, songlines and dance cycles, which carry a deep spiritual meaning. Ceremonies are performed to recall their ancestors, to show respect for their country and to ensure productivity of the bush plum.

Gracie Morton Pwerle

Gracie Morton Pwerle is a senior Alyawarr artist, born around 1956 at Utopia in Central Australia.

See more

Story

This artwork depicts an aerial view of the Bush plum, which is a significant Dreaming to the Utopia region in central Australia. Arnwekety , its Aboriginal name for bush plum is a stable food source. When the bush plum seeds emerge from the ground the women celebrate this in their Awelye ceremonies, which is depicted in this artwork as a defined pattern.

Read More ▾

Important elements associated with Women’s ceremony is the body paint design, songlines and dance cycles, which carry a deep spiritual meaning. Ceremonies are performed to recall their ancestors, to show respect for their country and to ensure productivity of the bush plum.

Gracie Morton Pwerle

Gracie Morton Pwerle is a senior Alyawarr artist, born around 1956 at Utopia in Central Australia.

See more

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