Artist: Amy Ngurnta Nuggett
Size: 120cm x 60cm
Medium: Acrylic paint on polycarbonate
Information on the certificate of authenticity:
This painting is about the flowers and bush tucker that grows out in the desert which we use for medicine and food. The bush medicine plant called Rijijirr grows around the pirnti (waterhole). We used this plant by squeezing it together and rubbing it under our eyes to keep the flies away and getting a sore eye. We didn't want any bung eye. Rijijirr helped us for the bush medicine side when there was no doctor.
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