Dreams of Creation Australia
'Tawny Frogmouth in Tree' Sensitivity Original Painting Series by Mirree Contemporary Dreamtime Animal Dreaming
This is one-of-a-kind Original painting of the 'Tawny Frogmouth in Tree'.
You will receive 1 signed Original Painting ready to hang, with 'Tawny Frogmouth in Tree' story postcard, Certificate of Authenticity & 'About Mirree' postcard.
Medium: Acrylic on stretched framed canvas, ready to hang!
15cm x 15cm x 1.8cm $149
Postage to QLD, NSW, VIC, WA, ACT, TAS in Australia = $10
Worldwide postage is available = $29
'Tawny Frogmouth in Tree' ~ The Art of Sensitivity Series
Tawny Frogmouth sitting in a Tree.
Trees holds special and sacred significance to the area I'm from in Wiradjuri country in relation to culture, which marked sacred sites, which were used for shelter and cover from the elements, everyday tools and also for a means to communicate and much more.
The earliest fossil evidence of Tawny Frogmouths are from the Tertiary Period from 56-33.9 Million Years ago.
Although related to the Owl, the Tawny Frogmouth is not an Owl but more closely related to Nightjars. They are often mistaken as Owls, they are similar looking but not the same.
Differences between the Owl & Tawny Frogmouth:
- Tawny Frogmouths have weak feet, Owls have strong, tough & flexible feet.
- Tawny Frogmouths have eyes on the side of their face, Owls have them on the front of their face.
This is part of the "Art of Sensitivity Series", if you have the Art of Sensitivity Cat, NightJar, Owls or Koalas then this one makes up part of the same Collection, containing the Eucalptus tree.
The "The Art of Sensitivity" Series allows us to get a glimpse into realisations of sensitivity, during these times we need to tune-in to ourselves on a much deeper level. This enables us to understand ourselves from a higher perspective and to stop in the moment to listen, because in doing this we are able to receive a special gift from from our soul that is telling us, so don't miss out this opportunity to listen. Trees hold high significance in Aboriginal culture which can display special connections that relate to ceremony, initiations of development and so much more...
Sometimes when chaos is all around us in life we need to stop for a minute to remember the light that is held within us. This same light shines upon all those dark aspects of the soul, which shows us all the brightest and most glorious shades of colour. We must sit still and ever so quietly, especially when we can see or feel this chaos and try to remember not to be shaken or moved by the chaos but instead try to understand it more and what it is telling us in that moment of time.
When we can do this our balance returns and will remain. Our leaves may rustle from the strong wind current outside, but your stillness brings back the balance from the chaos that can sometimes reign in life's challenges.
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