Bush Tucker Feast and Tumbleweeds
by Annette Kennedy
Watercolour, ink and acrylic on paper
87 x 62 cm

This painting represents the abundance of Bush food that was readily available for hunting which was a staple part of Aboriginal peoples’ diet and still is in many regions, and on hot windy days you can see the tumbleweeds blowing across the scorched sun drenched land.

NOTE:  the black dry masses with white lines represent the wind blowing through the tumbleweeds.