COLORS used in this artwork are blends of flesh tint, orange, yellow ocher, burnt sienna and raw sienna.
BACKGROUND is soft white.
TEXTURING is medium. Edges of prepared board have the appearance of rock.
SIZE 10½”H x 10”W
CULTURAL INSPIRATION: This particular rock art is located in Kakadu National Park, Arnhem Land, in the Northern Territory of Australia. Coronation Hill is located at the East Alligator River region and is inhabited by the Jawoyn people. The aboriginal name for Coronation Hill is Guratba. Guratba is a sacred area and very important to the Jawoyn people.