Windowpane Top Mid - 3/4 Sleeve - Bush Plum
AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL ARTIST: Juliette Nakamarra Morris is an aboriginal artist from Australia's Northern Territory. Juliette was taught to paint by her mother and other relatives, and her 'Dreaming' is Bush Plum and Bush Tucker.
ABOUT THE DESIGN: In the Dreamtime, aboriginal people were mostly hunters and gatherers. Men used to hung kangaroos, wallabies, birds, reptiles, etc., while women gathered food from the bush. The aboriginal people never disturbed the harmony of nature by overkilling animals or gathering food beyond their immediate requirements. The aboriginal people maintain this old age tradition even now.
When bush plums, bush tomatoes, oranges and other fruits are available in the bush, groups of aboriginal women would pick the fruits and later sit together eating the food they'd gathered. As they sat, they would discuss various topics concerning women, such as 'women's business'.
In this artwork Juliette features people walking in the bush leaving footprints; semi- circles representing people sitting with a coolamon (food tray); concentric circles representing waterholes for drinking water; bush plums and other fruit.
Each artwork is fully licensed and is paid for fairly to each individual artist by M & S Textiles.
Now in an in-between length! 4cm longer than the original length and 4cm shorter than the long length.
A true classic. Cut to accentuate the female form, this top suits all body types. Stretch sides and back gently hug your shape, while the woven cotton panel skims over your belly.
- Approx 64cm in length
- Ethically made in Australia
- Main: 93% Organic Cotton 7% Spandex
- Panel: 100% Cotton
- Cold machine or hand wash
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