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BETTY CLUB MBITJANA - Bush Medicine Leaves 110x150cm

BETTY CLUB MBITJANA - Bush Medicine Leaves 110x150cm

Regular price $6,850.00 AUD
Regular price Sale price $6,850.00 AUD
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Artist: Betty Club Mbitjana 
Size: 110x150cm
Original framed indigenous art acrylic on canvas.
Comes with Certificate of Authenticity
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Located at Armadale Gallery

 

BETTY CLUB MBITJANA

Betty Mbitjana is the daughter of renowned artist Minnie Pwerle and sister of artist Barbara Weir. Her husband was Lena Pwerle's son, Paddy Club Like her mother Minnie, Betty’s paintings include two main design themes: Her main Dreaming’s are Awelye-Atnwengerrp (Women’s Dreaming) depicting the body painting designs, traditional ceremonial markings and symbolic patterns of women’s ceremonies. Through their awelye ceremonies, women pay homage to their ancestors, show respect for their country and dance out their collective maternal role within their community.
Betty paints the awelye, bush berry and bush plum dreaming. Her mother and other women
used to collect these fruits, cut them up into pieces, skewer them on a piece of wood and dry them to be eaten in times when bush tucker was scarce. She uses a palette of chromatically bright colours and her style of representation is bouncy and organic. The designs they use have been passed down for many generations, and only the Pwerle or Kemarre owners are allowed to paint them.

RESALE ROYALTY SCHEME

Under the re-sale Royalty Scheme, visual artists and other right-holders are entitled to 5% of the sale price of eligible artworks resold commercially for $1,000 or more. At Plume Gallery, we support the scheme to ensure all artists receive due funds. 
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