COLORS used in this artwork vary from sienna natural, raw sienna, and Naples yellow.
BACKGROUND is lighter shades of these same colors,
TEXTURING is medium. Edges of prepared board are highlighted by light oxide/salmon color carved frame.
SIZE is 15 ½”H x 21 ½”W
CULTURAL INSPIRATION: The two serpents are the wives of “Ungud”. This Aboriginal rock art is from the “Unambal” tribe country of the northern Kimberley area in Australia. The serpents are colored in red and yellow pigment, along with a Wandjina named “Nunind’ango” and his sons. They are shown beside figures of spirits in human form. “Ungud”is an aboriginal expression for the “Dreamtime”, a mythological time, when their spiritual ancestors inhabited the world.