Artwork Description

A group of emu’s who formed a band in the desert. Piano, digerdoo, saxophone, guitar, flute ,drummer and three singers, I don’t know why I painted the singers facing the sky, perhaps so they could pitch their voices higher. They are actually playing and singing an Australian classic “the dying stockman “. This piece is number 6 in my second series of 10 desert paintings.

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Acrylic paint on stretched canvas. Ready to hang. Coated with protective polyurethane.

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Geoff Lugg

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