60cm x 60cm
Acrylic on Canvas
"These are all the flowers you can see walking around. When you go to the bush you see different flowers. From a distance you can see the colours moving, when the wind blows. I like to think about all this, when I paint."
Epenarra artist Pammy Foster has painted an array of wild flowers bordered by waterholes. The waterholes, which cover the perimeter of the canvas, are represented as depicted using a series of multi-couloured concentric dotting. Native flowers and leaves are important as many are used as bush medicines and they are regularly depicted in order to convey cultural knowledge and educate indigenous and non-indigenous people.