Dreams of Creation Australia
Dingo Spirit of the Dreamtime Original Painting by Mirree
A single Dingo’s howl is very haunting, the sound of its cry echoes over enormous distances, allowing the Dingo to find its way back home to its pack. In part this is what the Dingo teaches us, to find the road back to solitary reflection that is connected to family.
Family has so many complications, harsh & challenging situations for one person to understand, on an energetic/spiritual, mental & emotional plane.
This concept is represented by a pack of Dingo’s, traveling, hunting and eating together, staying within the confines of family boundaries. Within these boundaries we can become restricted and destined for only what the pack wants. The Dingo’s ability to adapt, hunt and be alone is powerful, strong and endures all challenging situations.
So in conclusion to this we can form a healthy foundation to build our life on without negativity. This is the right way for us above all, connecting us to family with no discord and promising appreciation.
Size : approx - Set of 3 Triptych ~ 14H" x 26W" x 1" Thick,
Framed professionally in an approx 2" Black Matt GOLD Wooden Frame,
with double black with white edges matt,
Ready to hang!
Materials used : Beeswax, Dirt, Pigments, Ochres, Ink & Acrylics on Watercolor paper, signed on each individual panel in right corner.
Artwork comes with Artist Profile, Story & C.O.A
* This Beautiful Artwork contains a Creator Being of the Dreamtime, wonderful for a gift to a friend or to keep for yourself!
Picture & Story : Mirree Louise Bayliss 2013 Copyright.
About Mirree Louise Bayliss
Mirree Louise Bayliss is a female Indigenous Artist, born in Dubbo in N.S.W, Australia.
Mirree began studies in Art in 1997 and has been painting ever since.
She completed her BA in Fine Arts in 2004 at the University of Newcastle.
During Mirree's studies she began researching her Aboriginal heritage & culture,taking trips to Bourke, Dubbo & Lightning Ridge in NSW.
These areas are regions in Australia that her family and ancestors have lived & traveled.
Mirree works with acrylics, inks & natural materials from the bush:these include beeswax, pigments, ochre, ash and dirt: herstrong affinity with nature’s materials give her a sense of connection,a sense of feeling, love & oneness for the nature world and its inhabitants.