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"Male Talk"

  • Medium: Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
  • Description: A powerful depiction of an Aboriginal man standing proudly on a ledge, overlooking a male emu's distinctive call. The acrylic strokes on stretched canvas bring to life the connection between the human and animal worlds.

Harvest Time"

  • Medium: Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
  • Description: Immerse yourself in the beauty of an Aboriginal uncle, spear in hand, surveying the valley below during harvest time. Quandong trees bear fruit, signifying the season for harvest, as an emu in the valley seeks nourishment while its chicks hatch. The canvas captures the essence of a bountiful harvest and the harmonious coexistence of man and nature.

"Plenty Tukka"

  • Medium: Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
  • Description: Two emus gracefully traverse the bush in the gully below, while a fire burns beneath the Quandong tree on the ridge. An uncle stands watch over the valley, embodying the symbiotic relationship between the land and its custodians. The canvas, stretched on a pine frame, portrays the abundance of Tukka (food) and the enduring connection between Indigenous people and their surroundings.

Each painting is thoughtfully created on stretched canvas with a pine frame, ensuring both authenticity and durability. Bring the spirit of Indigenous storytelling into your space with this remarkable set of three original artworks.

  • Artist: Doug Goebel
  • Size: 25cm x 20cm x 3 (each painting)

 

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"Male Talk"

  • Medium: Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
  • Description: A powerful depiction of an Aboriginal man standing proudly on a ledge, overlooking a male emu's distinctive call. The acrylic strokes on stretched canvas bring to life the connection between the human and animal worlds.

Harvest Time"

  • Medium: Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
  • Description: Immerse yourself in the beauty of an Aboriginal uncle, spear in hand, surveying the valley below during harvest time. Quandong trees bear fruit, signifying the season for harvest, as an emu in the valley seeks nourishment while its chicks hatch. The canvas captures the essence of a bountiful harvest and the harmonious coexistence of man and nature.

"Plenty Tukka"

  • Medium: Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
  • Description: Two emus gracefully traverse the bush in the gully below, while a fire burns beneath the Quandong tree on the ridge. An uncle stands watch over the valley, embodying the symbiotic relationship between the land and its custodians. The canvas, stretched on a pine frame, portrays the abundance of Tukka (food) and the enduring connection between Indigenous people and their surroundings.

Each painting is thoughtfully created on stretched canvas with a pine frame, ensuring both authenticity and durability. Bring the spirit of Indigenous storytelling into your space with this remarkable set of three original artworks.

  • Artist: Doug Goebel
  • Size: 25cm x 20cm x 3 (each painting)