Bush Yam Dreaming by Evelyn Pultara
Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 11.12.08
Evelyn Pultara was born during the outbreak of World War II at Woodgreen Station, the cattle property adjoining Utopia Station and has now become a senior custodian for her Dreaming the bush yam. She began painting traditional bush tucker and awelye (women’s ceremonial body paint designs) in 1997 but went on to exclusively paint her plant totem, the bush yam.
Read Evelyn Pultara artist insight.
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