Rachael Nambula - PENCIL YAM DREAMING RN1613

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Rachael Nambula Pencil Yam Dreaming Australian Aboriginal Art Painting on canvas RN1613
Pencil Yam Dreaming Rachael Nambula Australian Aboriginal Artwork on canvas RN1613
Aboriginal Art Painting on canvas by Rachael Nambula Pencil Yam Dreaming RN1613
Aboriginal Artwork on canvas by Rachael Nambula Pencil Yam Dreaming RN1613
Rachael Nambula Pencil Yam Dreaming Australian Aboriginal Art Painting on canvas RN1613
Pencil Yam Dreaming Rachael Nambula Australian Aboriginal Artwork on canvas RN1613
Aboriginal Art Painting on canvas by Rachael Nambula Pencil Yam Dreaming RN1613
Aboriginal Artwork on canvas by Rachael Nambula Pencil Yam Dreaming RN1613

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Artist: Rachael Nambula
Skin Name: Nambula
Born: c.1970
Region: Ti Tree, Central Australia
Language: Anmatyerre
Subjects and Themes(Dreaming): Bush tucker, Emu, Bush Yam.

 

ABOUT ARTIST

Rachael Nambula was born c.1970 at Stirling Station, north of Ti Tree, north of Alice Springs, Northern Territory. Rachael's inspiration to paint comes from her mother Evelyn Pultara and other family members. She paints the pencil

Yam, that is a food source and features in many paintings. .Rachael has been a teacher's assistant at the Neutral Junction Station Primary School in the Barrow Creek region ,whilst studying at Bachelor College in Darwin to become a qualified teacher, specialising in Aboriginal Culture programs. She is the mother to three sons and one daughter. It is meaningful to Rachael to continue painting her ancestors Dreaming stories.

The painting represents the Pencil Yam in its early stages of maturity. The Pencil yam is a staple food source (bush tucker) and when fully grown is gathered by the Aboriginal women from Utopia in central Australia. The Pencil yam is celebrated in Awelye ceremonies. Through body painting, song lines and dance cycles the women pay homage to the spirit of the yam plant to ensure its perpetual germination.

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