One of a kind Australian Aboriginal Contemporary Original Painting by Mirree.
What a rare sight to see one of Mirree's original paintings.
Size: 15.2cm in length x 15.2cm height x 1.9cm in width 6' x 6'
Media: Professional Acrylics on Premium 480gsm Indian Canvas, stretched over kiln-dried, heavy-duty solid pine stretcher bars, which are rigorously tested for warp-resistance and ready to hang on the wall or placed standing up-right on your favourite table!
Your Professional canvas is acid-free, archival quality and beautifully responsive to every brushstroke.
You will receive 1 Original Painting ready to hang, with 'Australian Gang Gang Cockatoos in Tree' story postcard & 'About Mirree' postcard.
Postage to QLD, NSW, VIC, WA, ACT, TAS in Australia = $10
Worldwide postage is available = $29
'Australian Gang Gang Cockatoos in Tree' ~ Life Changing Series
Australian Gang Gang Cockatoos in Tree sitting in a White Box Adult Woodland.
(Eucalyptus albens, also know as White Box). A common eucalyptus tree of the western slopes and plains of New South Wales which is critically endangered, these trees support many species of threatened fauna and flora.
White Flower Blossoms from March-May.
This is part of the Life changing Series, if you have the Life Changes Owls, Native Birds, Crimson Rosellas or Native Parrots then this one makes up part of the same Collection, containing the Eucalyptus tree.
The "Life Changing" Series allows us to get a glimpse into a cycle of a major life change which is coming to a completion. This enables us to make a clean slate and also enables more future prospects to arrive because we've been able to let go of so much. Trees hold high significance in Aboriginal culture which can display special connections that relate to ceremony, initiations of development and so much more...
The Australian Gang Gang Cockatoos in Tree shows us glimpses of... (story comes with Painting)
What a wonderful and powerful combination this is, 1st time 7 parrots altogether symbolising the number of the divine, magic and completion.
Picture & Story © by Mirree
Mirree is a Contemporary Aboriginal Artist from Wiradjuri country in NSW Australia. She has been painting since a teenager; she wishes to share her gift of painting & story telling to the world. Purchase Mirree’s Art here: www.dreamsofcreation.com OR follow her on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/artbymirree