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SP10417

Bush Medicine

Medium
Acrylic on Canvas
Size
30 x 30cm
Year Painted
2023
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SP10417

Bush Medicine

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Catalogue Number:
SP10417

Artist Profile

Taralyn started painting for Mbantua Gallery in 2023. On a bush trip out to Utop…

Artist Profile

Artist Profile

Taralyn Morton
Born:

1995

Language Group:

Alyawarre

Country:

Ampilatwatja, North East of Alice Springs, Northern Territory

Medium:

Acrylic on Canvas

Subjects:

Country, Bush Medicine

Taralyn started painting for Mbantua Gallery in 2023. On a bush trip out to Utopia in October of that year, canvas was given out to many regular artists at Atnwengerrp. Taralyn was waiting there and received her first canvas and paints.

Taralyn lives in Ampilatwatja with her husband Roy Clarke and sons. Roy is the son of Janice Clarke Kngwarreye and Wally Clarke Pwerle (dec), both Utopia artists. Taralyn's father is Simon Morton and her mother was from Yuendumu (dec). Taralyn's aunty, Colleen Morton, has been painting for Mbantua Gallery for many years.

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Artist Name, Artwork Size, Medium, Year Painted,

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Artist Name:
Taralyn Morton
Artwork Size:
30 x 30cm
Medium:
Acrylic on Canvas
Year Painted:
2023
Title:
Bush Medicine
Free Shipping Worldwide!:
This painting on canvas will be shipped in a cylinder to you free of charge, worldwide! An option to have this painting 'stretched' onto a wooden frame may be available. If selected, further charges will apply and will be calculated at checkout.

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Taralyn paints Bush Medicine. There are different types of bush medicine in the Central Desert. In the 'olden days' the leaves and the seeds of this plant were gathered, ground and mixed with animal fat (today a commercial oil is used) and it is then used as an ointment or boiled in water for medicinal use.

Located at
Mbantua Warehouse