Dreams of Creation Australia
Possum and Baby Dreaming with Coolamon Large Contemporary Aboriginal Art Original Painting by Mirree
We've now accepting 1-4 month lay-bys on all Original Paintings. Terms & Conditions apply.
One of a kind Australian Aboriginal Contemporary Original Painting by Mirree.
What a rare sight to see one of Mirree's original paintings.
Size: 61cm in length x 61cm height x 3.7cm in width 24' x 24'
Media: Acrylic on Canvas, stretched and ready to hang!
PROGRESS PICTURES BELOW!
Possum and Baby Dreaming and Coolamon with flower medicine and Clap Sticks.
Contains these Native Australian Flowers:
1. Hakea laurina or better known as "Pin-cushion hakea" or Emu Bush"2. Xerochrysum bracteatum cultivars or better known as "Strawberry Blonde", Paper Daisies or Everlasting Daisies3. Acacia melanoxylon or better known as "Australian blackwood" or "blackwood acacia"4. Banksia Prionotes or better known as "Acorn Banksia",5. Leptospermum squarrosum which is better known as "Pink Tea Tree" or "Peach Blossom Tea Tree",6. "Gervillea Elegance"
- Stringy Bark Tree
Flowers give us hope and give us something to hang onto. When I was a little girl I went through a lot of horrendous experiences and then a miracle accoured which was carried on a message of a flower which I saw come back to life after being dead right in front of my very eyes.
It was a magical experience and one I almost forgot until I got older and began to remember again. So, flowers can be highly beneficial to the healing process or journey you may be going through at the time. We can forget so many memories and experiences from when we were young because of our day-to-day busy lives that symbolic and colourful paintings with sacred messages and symbols from nature can awaken us to, reminding and connecting us to the purity of our soul and the guidance that comes from within, just dying to come out.
Coolamon is a traditional wooden vessel which has been carved from a tree and used to hold babies, collect berries and bush medicine or used in ceremonies.
Often the different markings or symbols represented who the Coolamon belonged to.
Clap Sticks are a traditional instrument used to make rhythm played by women and men during songs and ceremony. The symbols on the Clap Sticks held special meaning.
Painting comes with Certificate of Authenticity, "About Mirree" postcard and story postcard of the "POSSUM & BABY WITH COOLAMON".
Signed by the Artist: Mirree